Kurkime modernią Lietuvos ateitį kartu


Office of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

Communication support on #CoCreateFutureOfUkraine projects

6 March 2023 - 6 September 2023


Lithuania is seeking to build on its experience and engage global partners in Ukraine’s reconstruction initiatives. Countries that would like to be involved in the reconstruction process, but do not have close contacts or understanding of Ukraine’s internal and external procedures, may be interested in working with effective intermediaries. However, Lithuania does not have a coordinated and coherent communication effort to spread the word about its expertise and activities in the reconstruction of Ukraine.


As Ukraine’s recovery initiatives are united under the Co-Create Future Of Ukraine brand, its development has become the core of the project. The following key objectives were identified:

  1. Create a development plan and start raising the profile of the Co-Create Future Of Ukraine brand;
  2. Increase the visibility of Lithuania’s efforts to rebuild Ukraine in the media;
  3. Develop visual identity documents for Co-Create Future Of Ukraine to position Lithuania as a country with deep expertise and projects in Ukraine.

Project progress


Borodyanka settlement opening: murals project and press briefing dedicated to LT delegation visit


Elaboration of the PR brief for the communication agency


NATO summit preparation: web page, media connections, pre-summit event


Visual identity elaboration and implementation


Opening of the Irpin Kindergarten, rebuilt by Lithuania, preparation and communication support


Presentation for the stakeholders


Polina Stasiuk
Polina Stasiuk

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