Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov thanked the GloBee International and the European NGO YourDUDE for the next tranche of humanitarian aid from Germany. This time, the aid included medical supplies for the city’s hospitals, hygiene items, sleeping bags and rugs for those forced to leave their homes, and animal feed.
At the second forum of mayors at the UN, Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov told the world community of mayors about the challenges that Kharkiv is overcoming during the repulse of Russian invaders.
Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov spoke about this on Hromadske Radio. “I talked to three mayors of America’s largest cities: the mayors of New York, Boston, Chicago, and the day before yesterday we received $ 880,000 worth of medicine for Kharkiv. I divided them between the military hospital and our hospitals”, he said. The Kharkiv mayor’s […]
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov met in Zoom to agree on political, humanitarian and economic support for Kharkiv and Ukraine in repelling Russian invaders. The meeting was organized by GloBee International as a part of the Cities Partnership Project. The mayor of Kharkiv Igor Terekhov: The main thing now is to […]
Boston Mayor Michel Wu and Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov outlined the directions of partnership between the cities via video conference. Closing the skies over Ukraine as soon as possible, new sanctions for Russia, humanitarian aid to peaceful Ukrainian citizens, the future reconstruction of Kharkiv, these and other issues were fully agreed upon by the mayors. […]
Ukrainian flag flitters over the New York City Hall. Mayors Adams and Terekhov discussed support for Kharkiv
New York Mayor Eric Adams called Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov by video to express his support for Kharkiv residents and all Ukrainians. Under incessant air strikes, Igor Terekhov requested that the voice of New York be heard in the demands to close the skies over Ukraine and increase sanctions on Russia to stop the aggression. […]
“From an undisclosed location inside Ukraine’s second-largest city on Thursday, the mayor of Kharkiv tells me he can hear bombs exploding as our interview begins. He is trying to run a city that’s under siege, where the citizens are dodging missiles and fighting for their lives, running out of food, shelter and time as an […]