Ukrainian screenwriter Olena Zelensky, who is also known as the first woman of Ukraine as the wife of President Volodymyr Zelensky, expressed her pleasure to share some updates that the Ukrainian Government is making to make children’s travel advanced and modified by making it associated with the Modern advancements.
Ukrainian screenwriter Olena Zelensky, who is also known as the first woman of Ukraine as a wife of President Volodymyr Zelensky, recently took to her social media handle to share some updates on the Ukrainian Government is making to make children’s travel advanced and modified by making it associated with the Modern advancements.
Olena Zelensky shared that train stations are usually associated with a child with travel, adventure, and new experiences. However, the year of the Russian attack formed a different association in the modern generation of children – with evacuation, forced departure, and separation. Also, Dreaming of a day when every station in the country will become a place of positive returns and joyful expectations exclusively will give only the joyous excitement of travel.
She also shared about the meeting with the Ukrainian authorities to discuss the topic and move forward to take certain decisions. She shared that Today, at the central station of the capital, the Ukrainian Government took a step toward this: together with the Deputy Prime Minister of Restoration of Ukraine Alexander Kubrakov, Minister of Education and Science Oksen Lisov, Chairman of the UNICEF Representation in Ukraine Murat Shahin, Chairman of the Board of Ukrzaliznytsia Eugene Liashenko opened the most extensive public education and entertainment space in the country “Children’s Point “Shared”.
Further, she shared that, It is essential that this space is barrier-free because that is how the country should be rebuilt. After the war, both children’s and adults’ needs increased. And the first of them is the need for a comfortable, stress-free life.
Not only train stations – the whole space of the country we strive to make comfortable and human-and child-centred so that our children who have experienced so many difficult moments can finally have moments of solace and joy.