On September 13, 2023, the Ukrainian House was officially opened in Tbilisi. This event marks an important milestone in strengthening support for Ukrainian citizens living in Georgia. The initiative is led by NGO Georgian-Ukrainian Platform with the support of the German Government through UNDP.
This multifunctional space, located in the heart of the city, will meet the needs of Ukrainian non-governmental organizations and volunteer groups seeking to help Ukrainian beneficiaries in Georgia. The Ukrainian House will serve as a community center, operational office and a hub for various socio-economic services for Ukrainian citizens who sought refuge in Georgia during the full-scale destructive war unleashed by russia.
In addition to its core mission, the Ukrainian House will become a center for cultural exchange. Its dynamic calendar of events will appeal to both adults and children, contributing to the integration and growth of Georgian-Ukrainian relations.
At the opening of the Ukrainian House, the international exhibition of the B50 community Chronicles of the Unknown Ukrainians was presented, which aims to popularize the volunteer movement in Ukraine and abroad, to show the devastating consequences of the war, as well as the strength and unity of the Ukrainian people. The photographic story consists of a series of posters that sequentially reveal the story of a single day of B50 volunteers, some of whom are cleaning up the ruins in Kyiv region, others repairing and decorating shelters in an educational institution in Kyiv region.