Helping Ukrainians in Warsaw, stories about volunteers, preparing refugees for university: Espreso launches new projects
Espresso TV is launching a number of new projects together with the Ukrainian Catholic University, the Polish Senate, Radio Svoboda, and the Crimean Tatar channel ATR.
Mykola Kniazhytskyi, a People's Deputy from European Solidarity, announced this on Facebook.
"Espreso is launching several new projects. As of today, a block of programs from our partners with Radio Liberty, ATR programs (we have always supported the Crimean Tatars). We have long broadcast BBC news and our partners from France 24. And new. With the help of the Polish Senate, Espreso is opening a studio in Warsaw to help Ukrainian refugees.
In addition, the channel will broadcast a marathon with other channels and partner programs.
"Of course, Espreso will also broadcast a joint marathon of several channels and partner programs. Espreso was born on the Maidan and will always stay with Ukrainians," Knyazhytskyi said.