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    Nov. 30, 2013 – Voluntary mobile teams formed to provide first aid to wounded participants in the Revolution of Dignity.

    January–February 2014 – Underground hospitals established by activists treated over 150 participants in the Revolution of Dignity, including those with ballistic traumas.

    March 2014 – Working out combat medical aid skills at the Sniper firing ground near Kyiv within the Ukrainian Reserve Army initiative.

    March–November 2014 – Developing the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital (PFVMH) project.

    Sep. 20, 2014 – PFVMH spearhead group received a letter from the deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Oleksandr Lytvynenko, in which he expressed his support for the PFVMH project initiative.

    Oct. 14, 2014 – The first public presentation of the PFVMH at the Sniper firing ground.

    Nov. 21, 2014 – The Defense Ministry of Ukraine, the All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization “Council for Protection of Patient Rights and Safety” and Governmental Commissioner for Ethnonational Policy Gennadiy Druzenko (a PFVMH cofounder) signed Memorandum of Cooperation within PFVMH project framework.

    Dec. 1, 2014 – The Health Ministry of Ukraine, the All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization “Council for Protection of Patient Rights and Safety” and Governmental Commissioner for Ethnonational Policy Gennadiy Druzenko (a PFVMH cofounder) signed Memorandum of Cooperation within PFVMH project framework.

    Dec. 1, 2014 – The Health Ministry signed Order #913 on formation of specialized emergency and disaster medicine teams, which included measures aimed to implement provisions of the Memorandum.

    Dec. 15, 2014 – A team of PFVMH volunteer medics (29 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel) went on the first mission in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone, which lasted through Dec. 30.

    Feb. 5 – Mar. 6, 2015 – The second mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (34 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Mar. 6 – Apr. 6, 2015 – The third mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (38 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel)

    Mar. 17, 2015 – An exhibition and sale of icons, painted by artists Sofia Atlantova, Natalia Volobuyeva and Oleksandr Klymenko, on fragments of ammo boxes, opened in the Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian parliament). The artists remitted a part of their receipts from the sale for needs of the PFVMH.

    Mar. 26, 2015 – The PFVMH and Vinnytsya Pirogov National Medical University signed a Memorandum of Cooperation within the framework of the PFVMH project.

    Apr. 6 – May 5, 2015 – The fourth mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (26 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Apr. 19 – May 12, 2015 – The European tour in support of the PFVMH “Icons on Ammo Boxes: the Art that Transforms Death into Life” brought over €5,000. The exhibitions/sales of icons were held in Lublin of Poland, Leipzig, Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt (Oder) and Hannover of Germany and the Czech capital of Prague.

    May 1–30, 2015 – The fifth mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (36 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    May 30 – June 28, 2015 – The sixth mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (33 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    June 26–27, 2015 – Extended training on tactical medicine for the next PFVMH mission based on the ТССС standards (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) as well as the (pre)hospital care algorithm BATLS (Battlefield Advanced Trauma Life Support).

    June 28 – July 27, 2015 – The seventh mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone.

    July 27 – Aug. 25, 2015 – The eighth mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone.

    Aug. 25 – Sep. 23, 2015 – The ninth mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (35 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Sep. 23 Oct. 22, 2015 – The 10th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone.

    Sep. 28 – Nov. 21, 2015 – The PFVMH carried out unprecedented cardioscreening in Khmelnytsky Oblast, which was later officially recognized by the National Register of Records of Ukraine: during the 50-day mass survey of all age groups’ residents in 565 localities in the Podillya region, a team of PFVMH medics performed ECG tests on 22,433 patients.

    Oct. 22 – Nov. 20, 2015 – The 11th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (34 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Nov. 20 – Dec. 19, 2015 – The 12th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone.

    Dec. 20, 2015 – Jan. 18, 2016 – The 13th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone.

    Feb. 5–6, 2016 – The Health Ministry, the Defense Ministry, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Charitable Foundation “Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital” signed a quadripartite Memorandum of Cooperation within the framework of the PFVMH project.

    Apr. 25 – May 24, 2016 – The 14th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (25 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    May 15, 2016 – The PFVMH signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Novoaydar District State Administration, the Novoaydar Raion Territorial Medical Association and the Novoaydar Primary Medico-Sanitary Assistance Center.

    May 27–30, 2016 – The PFVMH support tour “Buy an Icon – Save a Life” in Milan and Rome, Italy, as well as Vienna, Austria, brought approximately €5,000 in receipts.

    May 25 June 23, 2016 – The 15th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (29 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    June 17, 2016 – The President of Ukraine awarded 13 PFVMH medics. Vladyslav Horbovets, Oleksandr Linchevsky and Maksym Tsyhanok received Order “For Valor” of the third grade; Andriy Akulov, Viktor Belilovets, Ruslan Dobrovolsky, Pavlo Drotsenko, Viktoria Zubkova, Vitaliy Mashkov, Alina Narahan, Natalia Stus and Serhiy Fedorenko were decorated with Medal “For Saved Life”; and Ivan Slychko received the honorary title “Distinguished Doctor of Ukraine” (Presidential Decree #257/2016).

    June 24 – July 23, 2016 – The16th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (18 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    July 28, 2016 – Defense Minister Gen. Stepan Poltorak approved a procedure for including civil medical personnel into the ATO Forces and Facilities. The procedure was based on a report by Viktor Muzhenko, Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who in fact had suggested the mechanism to involve civil medics provided for by the quadripartite Memorandum of Cooperation.

    Aug. 1–30, 2016 – The 17th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (17 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Aug. 26, 2016 – PFVMH President Gennadiy Druzebko appointed a pro bono advisor to acting Health Minister Ulana Suprun.

    Sep. 1–30, 2016 – The 18th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (18 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Oct. 1–30, 2016 – The 19th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (27 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Oct. 31 Nov. 29, 2016 – The 20th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (16 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Nov. 9, 2016 – For the first time, orders by the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) chief have recognized that “medical workers and auxiliary personnel of the Pirogov First Volunteer Mobile Hospital,” who participated in the PFVMH’s August, September and October missions in Eastern Ukraine, where part of the ATO forces and facilities. LTG Ruslan Khomchak, Deputy Head of the Anti-Terrorist Center attached to the Security Service of Ukraine, issued the orders.

    Nov. 18, 2016 – Order #1254, “On organization of missions of medical workers who volunteered to provide medical aid in ATO areas,” by acting Health Minister Ulana Suprun removed last red tape barrier between PFVMH medics and ATO warriors.

    Nov. 25, 2016 – The charity event “Two Years Together: 20 Rotations, 220 Volunteer Medics and 10,000 Patients in the ATO Zone” in the National Museum of Taras Shevchenko in Kyiv marked the second anniversary of partnership between the PFVMH and Andriy Hordiychuk, founder of the Agrarian Superstate Foundation and Chairman of the Board of the Svarog West Group. The event, attended by MPs, diplomates, politicians, business people and public figures, included a “Buy an Icon – Save a Life” activity and raised a quarter million hryvnyas to support PFVMH activities.

    Nov. 29, 2016 – PFVMH President Gennadiy Druzenko was one of speakers at the conference on “The War in Ukraine’s East: The Military Conflict, Diplomacy, and the Humanitarian Crisis.” The event, held in the European Parliament in Brussels, was staged by the Atlantic Council’s Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center.

    Dec. 6, 2016 – On the Day of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the commander of the 30th Guards Mechanized Brigade handed commemorative badges to three medics of the PFVMH: Oleksandr Hahayev, PFVMH Vice President in charge of liaison with the Armed Forces of Ukraine and law enforcement agencies, anesthesiologist Maryna Bilinska and paramedic Vladyslav Filenko.

    Dec. 1–30, 2016 – The 21st mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (13 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Dec. 12, 2016 – On the Day of the Ground Forces of Ukraine, the commander of the 30th Guards Mechanized Brigade handed commemorative badges to PFVMH doctor Iryna Chekan and paramedic Victoria Zubkova.

    Dec. 13, 2016 – Near the Maryinka Checkpoint in Donetsk Oblast, the first-aid station, complete with a warming tent, was set up by the PFVMH and Première Urgence Internationale, a non-profit international NGO, under a project funded by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO).

    Dec. 27, 2016 – The PFVMH and Première Urgence Internationale set up the second first-aid station with a warming tent under the EC-funded project near the Novotroitske Checkpoint in Donetsk Oblast.

    Jan. 1–30, 2017 – The 22nd mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (15 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Jan. 30 – Feb. 28, 2017 – The 23rd mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (20 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Feb. 14–15, 2017 – Four PFVMH doctors on a special two-day pediatric mission carried out preventive examinations of 295 children in Popasna, Luhansk Oblast. The action was dubbed a “pediatric landing party.”

    Feb. 17, 2017 – PFVMH paramedics Ihor Simutin and Larysa Sulimenko among other participants in the Revolution of Dignity awarded third-grade Order for Courage (Presidential Decree #41/2017).

    Feb. 20, 2017 – PFVMH President Gennadiy Druzenko and Spravedlyvist movement leader Valentyn Nalyvaychenko held a joint news conference to demand that former PFVMH paramedic Olga Simonova from Russia be admitted to Ukrainian citizenship as soon as possible and all warfare participants be given equal rights.

    Mar. 1–30, 2017 – The 24th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (20 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Mar. 16, 2017 – The Presidential Commission on Citizenship decided to move a proposal for the Head of State to grant citizenship of Ukraine to former PFVMH paramedic Olga Simonova, a Russian national who under contract with the Armed Forces of Ukraine was defending our country against the Russian aggression.

    Mar. 17, 2017 – Citizenship of Ukraine granted to Olga Simonova by Presidential Decree #67.

    Mar. 20, 2017 – A bill, drafted by the PFVMH in collaboration with the Ombudswoman’s office, on amending the Law of Ukraine “On the Status of War Veterans and Guarantees of their Social Protection” was handed to MPs for familiarization. The document had been registered with the Verkhovna Rada on March 16, 2017 under #6202.

    Mar. 20–24, 2017 – The second PFVMH pediatric landing party in Popasna, Luhansk Oblast: seven doctors surveyed nearly 500 children and also joined rescue of Ukrainian servicemen injured in fire.

    Mar. 31 – Apr. 29, 2017 – The 25th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (16 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Apr. 9–11, 2017 – The second PFVMH pediatric landing party in Popasna, Luhansk Oblast, was combined with the first “dermatological party.” In two days, volunteer doctors of both teams carried out preventive examinations of nearly 150 children in Popasna and received nearly 170 adult dermatological patients in Popasna and Lysychansk.

    May 2–31, 2017 – The 26th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (22 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    May 10 – June 30, 2017 – The PFVMH and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) jointly implemented a Sexual & Reproductive Health project in Luhansk Oblast’s Novoaydar, Popasna and Stanytsya Luhanska Districts. Over 2,000 people, including 500 children, were examined. The UNFPA, which initiated the project, covered all the current expenses related to the project and met its all medicinal and material requirements. The PFVMH provided the project with personnel and vehicles.

    May 15–19, 2017 – The fourth PFVMH pediatric landing party in Rubizhne, Luhansk Oblast. The team of nine doctors, which included the Health Ministry’s chief ophthalmologist, carried our preventive examinations of about 900 children from 10 preschools and 10 general education schools. In addition they provided consultations to 300 inmates of the boarding school for children with locomotoric pathologies as well as children with specific problems who were brought to the volunteer doctors by their parents independently.

    May 22 June 3, 2017 – A PFVMH landing party conducted a profound survey of Hrechyshkyne villagers in Luhansk Oblast. Seven doctors of Kyiv City Clinical Hospital #2 “Burn Center” examined nearly 1,000 residents of the oblast (Hrechyshkyne, Dubove, Novoaydar, Severodonetsk and other localities). The total number of conducted examinations made up 5,760.

    May 31, 2017 – Health Ministry Order #590 amended earlier Health Ministry Order #1254, dated Nov. 18, 2016, “On organization of missions of medical workers who volunteered to provide medical aid in ATO areas.” According to the new order, within the framework of PFVMH project volunteer medics may be detached and placed at the disposal of not only ATO Operational Command Staff but also health care units of the Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts’ Military-Civil Administrations.

    June 1–30, 2017 – The 27th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (18 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    June 6–9, 2017 – The fifth PFVMH pediatric landing party. Four PFVMH doctors with medics of the Severodonetsk clinic “Visium” conducted preventive examinations of children in Kreminna District, Luhansk Oblast. They surveyed a total of 493 little patients in the town of Kreminna and two villages in its district.

    June 29, 2017 – Joint news conference of PFVMF President Gennadiy Druzenko, Spravedlyvist movement leader Valentyn Nalyvaychenko and PFVMH driver/paramedic, rock musician Andriy Antonenko (Riffmaster) in UNIAN. They briefed the audience on the history of fight for granting Ukrainian citizenship to Olga Simonova from Russia and reported on work of volunteer medics in the ATO zone and problems they encounter there. Druzenko and Nalyvaychenko also demanded that Parliament would urgently pass draft law #6202, which aims to give equal rights to all warfare participants, both servicepersons and volunteers.

    July 1–30, 2017 – The 28th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (22 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    July 4, 2017 – The Defense Minister awarded a Badge of Honor and a medal “For Assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine” to 31 PFVMH medics “for their significant personal contribution to the provision of specialized medical aid to servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine” participating in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (Order #453). The Order also mentions the “exemplary performance of their duties” by the volunteer medics and the “high professionalism” they showed.

    Aug. 1–30, 2017 – The 29th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (20 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Aug.29, 2017 – In the KalytaArtClub gallery of Kyiv, Sofia Atlantova and Oleksandr Klymenko presented their new cycle of works “Ilovaysk Deisis” dedicated to the third anniversary of the Ilovaysk Massacre (within the framework of the artists’ joint project with the PFVMH “Buy an Icon – Save a Lif.”)

    Sep. 1–30, 2017 – The 30th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (24 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Oct. 8–10, 2017 – Party of PFVMH doctors in Popasna, Luhansk Oblast: free consultation-and-diagnostic survey of Popasna residents. A team of eight specialists from Kyiv (a cardiac surgeon, a functional diagnostics physician, a dermatologist, otolaryngologists and ophthalmologists) examined about 200 patients.

    Oct. 1–30, 2017 – The 31th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (30 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Oct. 8–10, 2017 – A party of PFVMH doctors in Popasna, Luhansk Oblast: free consultative and diagnostic survey of local residents. Eight specialists of the team that came from Kyiv (a cardiac surgeon, a functional diagnostics doctor, a dermatologist, otolaryngologists and ophthalmologists) examined about 200 patients.

    Oct. 14, 2017 – In various cities on the Day of Defender of Ukraine and on the eve of the holiday, a number of PFVMH members received a Presidential award “For Humanitarian Participation in the Anti-Terrorist Operation.”

    Nov. 1–30, 2017 – The 32nd mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (30 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Nov. 24, 2017 – The PFVMH launched a new project in Eastern Ukraine on psychical health. During its first stage, which will last until Dec, 5, needs and problems of Luhansk Oblast in this area will be screened.

    Dec. 1–30, 2017 – The 33rd mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (29 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Jan. 1–31, 2018 – The 34th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (16 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Jan. 27, 2018 – The PFVMH and the Civil Center for Humanitarian, Social and Medical Aid in Areas of Military Conflicts and Environmental Disasters “MedEx” signed a memorandum of cooperation.

    Feb. 1–28, 2018 – The 35th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (29 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Mar. 1–31, 2018 – The 36th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (24 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Mar. 12 – 21, 2018 – A group of PFVMH medics did preventive check-ups on Ukrainian Volunteer Army and Volunteer Ukrainian Corps warriors, who defend Ukraine against the Russian invasion. The survey was carried out on the front positions.

    Mar. 30, 2018Memorandum of Cooperation signed between the PFVMH and the Ukrainian League of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. The document was signed by PFVMH President Gennadiy Druzenko and ULEI president Anatoliy Kinakh.

    Apr. 1–30, 2018 – The 37th mission of PFVMH medics in the ATO zone (22 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Apr. 9–17, 2018 –Exhibition of “The Icons on Ammo Boxes,” showcasing works by Kyivan artists Oleksandr Klymenko and Sofia Atlantova, at the Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition was organized by the Huffington Ecumenical Institute on the initiative of Archimandrite Cyril Hovorun, Prof. at LMU and acting HEI Director, in cooperation with the Marymount Institute and the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Apr. 24, 2018 – Acting Health Minister Ulana Suprun signed Order #814, “On organization of missions of medical workers who volunteered to provide medical aid in the area of activities aimed at ensuring national security and defense, rebuffing and holding back the armed aggression of the Russian Federation in Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts.”

    May 1–31, 2018 – The 38th mission of PFVMH medics in the Joint Forces Operation zone (19 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    June 1–30, 2018 – The 39th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (22 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    June 15, 2018 – On the eve of the Day of Medical Worker, 68 PFVMH medics received national-level awards.

    July 1–31, 2018 – The 40th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (22 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Aug. 1–31, 2018 – The 41st mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (21 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Aug. 23, 2018 – Changes in the PFVMH management: former PFVMH Supervisory Board Chairman Oleh Shyba became the president of the mobile hospital, and former PFVMH President Gennadiy Druzenko became the Supervisory Board chairman.

    Sep. 1–30, 2018 – The 42nd mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (23 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Oct. 1–31, 2018 – The 43rd mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (15 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Nov. 1–31, 2018 – The 44th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (25 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Nov. 3, 2018 – A group of PFVMH medics carried out preventive check-ups on children with special needs and from low-incom families in Kyiv suburb of Kotsyubynske. A total of 38 children were surveyed, including 18 with developmental defects. Five children in need of further cardiologic examination were identified.

    Dec. 1–30, 2018 – The 45th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (12 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Dec.7, 2018 – In the Lithuanian Embassy in Kyiv, President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaitė, who is in Ukraine on an official visit, met with representatives of Ukrainian volunteer organizations, including PFVMHSupervisory Board Chairman Gennadiy Druzenko.

    Jan. 1–30, 2019 – The 46th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (11 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Jan. 11, 2019 – The Icons on Ammo Boxes project was presented Friday in the Romanian city of Iasi as a special event during the Inaugural Conference of the International Orthodox Theological Association, “Pan-Orthodox Unity and Conciliarity.” Twenty-seven icons painted by Kyivan artists Oleksandr Klymenko and Sofia Atlantova on ammunition and weaponry boxes brought from combat area were exhibited on the initiative of the IOTA president and founder, Dr. Paul L. Gavrilyuk.

    Feb. 1–28, 2019 – The 47th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (12 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Feb. 28, 2019 – A series of exhibitions of Icons on Ammo Boxes by Sofia Atlantova and Oleksandr Klymenko has been completed in the United States, held under the “Buy and Icon – Save a Life” joint project of the PFVMH and the artists. The exhibitions were held at Indiana University Bloomington, Valparaiso University, Ukrainian parish of Peter and Paul in Chicago, St. Andrew the First-Called Cathedral in South Bound Brook, NJ, and St. Andrew the First-Called Cathedral in the Washington suburb of Silver Spring, MD.

    Mar. 1–31, 2019 – The 48th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (15 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Mar. 4, 2019 – A group of PFVMH medics examined warriors of several units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Volunteer Army at their front positions. A total of about 500 examinations were carried out within six days.

    Apr. 1–30, 2019 – The 49th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (9 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    Apr. 16, 2019 – Exhibition of icons by Sofia Atlantova and Oleksandr Klymenko, “Passiones/Passion,” is opened in Kyiv’s St. Sophia Cathedral. The new series of Icons on Ammo Boxes as part of their joint initiative with the PFVMH, “Buy and Icon – Save a Life,” was painted in commemoration of those killed in the Russian-Ukrainian war. The exhibition is dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the official beginning of the war in Donbas, of which date this year symbolically coincides with the beginning of Holy Week.

    May 1 – 31, 2019 – The 50th mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (6 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    June 1 – 31, 2019 – The 51st mission of PFVMH medics in the JFO zone (13 doctors, paramedics and auxiliary personnel).

    July 24, 2019 – PFVMH Supervisory Board chairman Gennadiy Druzenko signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. SBGSU Head Serhiy Deyneko signed the document on July 17.

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