Canadian Ambassador to Ukraine Larysa Galadza gives a lecture to UCU students
The guest was congratulated at the university by the rector Fr. Doctor Bohdan Prach, who noted that her father Fr Roman, originally from the Ternopil region, is a great friend of the educational institution, who came here at every opportunity and taught students.
This is reported by the UCU website.
"It was with great surprise that we received the news that Mrs. Larysa, our friend, has been appointed Canadian Ambassador to Ukraine. And now we ask that you give a lecture to our students. We need these contacts and a wise word...", said Fr Doctor Bohdan Praсh.
Confirming the words of the rector, Larysa Galadza added that her parents have been coming here for about thirty years since the Lviv Theological Academy was still operating in this place.
"For me, UCU is part of our family. I am thrilled to be here with you," the Canadian Ambassador said.
Thereafter, a lecture was held on cooperation between Canada and Ukraine, which united all the interests of the audience. The guest's co-rapporteur was Nicola Kim, who serves as the Canadian Embassy's Political Affairs Secretary.
"Nicola is my person, who is also my right hand on this trip. She is very closely monitoring issues of peace and security in Ukraine, so if you have any questions, then she will be able to answer them later. This is the reason to come here to give you time to communicate," Larysa Galadza introduced her colleague.
The lecture was conducted in English, after which students and teachers of the university had the opportunity to ask questions which mainly concerned politics, military operations and economic support for Ukraine.