Odesa journalists discussed healthcare reform

The Odesa Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion of Ukraine, organised a discussion on the healthcare reform involving Vyacheslav Polyasnyi, director of the Department of Health of the Odesa Oblast State Administration, and journalists.

The event was held in a press café format, and the media representatives got a unique opportunity to communicate informally with representatives of the authorities, get answers to questions about the reform implementation and suggest steps to improve coverage of changes in the state and inform the society.

“Not so often those, who directly implement the reforms and who substantially influence their perception by the citizens, meet and chat in such a format. The Odesa LGDC is interested in the unbiased and credible coverage of the reforms in the mass media, therefore we have come up with such an initiative – to hold a meeting and moderate it so that both parties receive a useful result and fruitful suggestions,” said Yuliya Molodozhen, director of the Odesa LGDC”, while opening the event.

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