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What’s the Problem?

Russian Propaganda

Russia has been able to influence international media and various audiences for decades. Through strategic usage of propaganda and manipulative techniques they have nurtured a network of supporters worldwide with a view of further shaping the local agendas discrediting Ukraine.

Neglected Ukrainian Voices

Despite the war keeping Ukraine in the headlines of international media, the perspectives of Ukrainian experts and thought leaders are often overlooked. This leaves room for misleading interpretations and pro-Russian narratives.

Learn more from our War Coverage Manual


Gain the necessary context to present events objectively to your readers


Introduce fresh perspectives in publications that are relevant to current events, along with historical expertise


Avoid the dissemination of misleading narratives and distorted facts perpetuated by Russian propaganda

All of this works for russian propaganda and destroys the image of journalists as the advocates of truth.

Why Should You Talk to Ukrainian Experts?

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PR Army can assist you in finding English-speaking experts across many topics: energy, security, ecological and food crises, sanctions, nuclear threats, countering disinformation, European integration, Ukrainian culture and history, forcible deportations, and more.

Our database features more than 80 opinion leaders who are prepared to offer timely commentary, providing you with precise details and verifiable facts on events in Ukraine.

Energy & Nuclear

Security & Geo politics


Economy & Sanctions


Food crisis

Culture & History

Oleksandr Kharchenko

Director of the Energy Industry Research Centre. An advisor on energy and communications to different authorities, governmental representatives and politicians in Ukraine – Ministry of regional development, construction and communal services, Parliamentary committee on energy and nuclear energy and safety.

Inna Sovsun

Member of Parliament, representative of the Committee on Energy and Housing and Communal Services.

Olha Kosharna

Expert in nuclear energy and nuclear safety, previously worked at the State Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Ukraine and the National Institute for Strategic Studies in the Energy Security Department.

Valerii Korshunov

Founder of NGO European Institute of Chornobyl, member of the public council of the State Agency for Exclusion Zone Management.

Volodymyr Omelyan

Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine in 2016-2019, Politician, Captain of Armed Forces of Ukraine, joined the Army since February 24, 2022.

Andreas Umland

Political scientist, analyst at the Stockholm Center for the Study of Eastern Europe, Editorial board member at World Affairs Journal.

Mark Savchuk

Head of Oversight Committee of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, London School of Business and Finance postgraduate. Specializes in energy sector security and transparency, the German-Russian gas trade history relationship.

Serhii Sumlenny

Berlin-based Eastern Europe expert, Former Director of Heinrich Böll Foundation.

Olena Pareniuk

Senior researcher at the Institute of Safety Problems of the NPP of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Oleksii Vasyliuk

Ukrainian ecologist and zoologist, environmentalist and public figure. UWEC WG expert group director, Ukrainian Nature Conservation Group leader and co-founder. Employee of the department of monitoring and protection of the animal world of the Institute of Zoology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Ivan Rusev

Head of research department, doctor of science in ecology National Nature Park "Tuzlivski lymany".

Volodymyr Boreyko

Ukrainian ecologist, biologist, environmentalist, zookeeper. Director of the Kyiv Ecological and Cultural Center. Honored environmentalist of Ukraine.

Sergii Fursa

Тop Ukrainian economist, popular media presenter, investment banker, deputy director at Dragon Capital.

Yaroslav Yurchyshyn

Member of Parliament, expert in the field of advocacy and anti-corruption. Former adviser to the secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine. Member of the Council of Public Control at NABU. Ex-advocacy manager of the coalition of public organizations Reanimation Package of Reforms. Worked as an executive director of Transparency International Ukraine.

Oleksandra Ustinova

Member of the Ukrainian parliament, head of the temporary special commission to control the use of weapons provided to Ukraine by partners. Former head of communications and projects for anticorruption in health care at the Anticorruption Action Center (AntAC), one of the leading Ukrainian watchdog organizations in anticorruption reform.

Yaroslav Zheleznyak

Member of the Ukrainian Parliament, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Finance, Tax and Customs Policy.

Nina Kulchevich

PR Army Coordinator of fighting with disinformation dept.

Ruslan Deynichenko

Executive Director of Stop Fake, journalist.

Olha Bilousenko

Head of Research Centre, Detector Media. Disinformation analyst, and researcher of Russian disinformation that affects vulnerable groups — in particular, gender disinformation.

Ksenia Iliuk

Head of Research at LetsData. Security and defense communications specialist. She investigates hostile informational and psychological influence and mechanisms of protection against it.

Roman Slaston

Director General of the Ukrainian Agrarian Business Club association.

Roman Neyter

Researcher at the Center for Food and Land Use Research of Kyiv School of Economics Agrocenter.

Oleh Nivievskyi

Head of the Center for Food and Land Use Research of the Kyiv School of Economics, expert on land issues and agrarian economics.

Alex Lissitsa

Leading specialist in agribusiness and food industry sectors of the economy and president of the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club.

Olena Gromova

Employee of the research department of intangible heritage of the Pyrohovo Museum, member of the National Union of Masters of Folk Art of Ukraine.

Iryna Slavinska

Radio Culture (Public radio Ukraine), executive producer. Journalist, writer. Fields of expertise: Ukrainian culture (literature, language) and gender issues.

Victor Tregubov

Ukrainian columnist and popular blogger, Captain of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and a specialist in informational analysis. Ukrainian journalist and liberal political activist.

Vladlen Maraiev

Candidate of historical sciences, leading researcher of the Research Center for Humanitarian Issues of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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Media and Networks We’ve Worked With

A word from journalists

When PBS News Hour sent a team from the US to Ukraine, the fighting around the area of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was at its peak. News Hour not only wanted to report on this for its US audience it wanted to go further by telling the stories of those Ukrainian workers still working at the plant, with the Russian military now in control.

This was a near impossible task. But with the expertise and experience of Liuka and PR Army, News Hour was able to tell that story.

She not only identified a worker who wanted to share their story. She also explained our needs as a TV network broadcast to personnel who were living and working in fear. She was also able to convince a worker who was evacuating with his family, to speak with News Hour, after they had left Zaporizhzhia. News Hour agreed to protect his identity which was arranged by Liuka. Without Liuka's understanding of the needs of TV journalists and her commitment to ensuring the safety of the worker and his family this story would have not been told

Karl Bostic

Producer PBS News Hour

A word from journalists

The work of PR Army volunteers has been a great help in finding sources to write articles about what is happening in Ukraine. The network of experts they collaborate with is also very useful. We thank them for their help.

Ana Alonso

author El Independiente

A word from journalists

The PR Army have been useful to me on a number of occasions, they have a huge address book and also the trust of the people they are in touch with, which can help a lot with getting interviews. They swiftly respond to requests for contacts and also flag up interesting events or stories from time to time.

Gulliver Cragg

France 24

A word from journalists

Staffed entirely by volunteers, the Ukrainian PR army provides an essential service to journalists covering the invasion of Ukraine. Their volunteers have helped my newspaper set up interviews, they regularly send compelling story pitches and have a wealth of valuable contacts that we have been able to leverage and enrich our coverage of the most important story in Europe since the end of the Second World War. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to any correspondent based in-country or abroad

James Franey

Daily Mail

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