On the occasion of St.Nicholas Day, wife of the Ambassador of Ukraine to the U.S. Liudmyla Mazuka presented to students of Ukrainian Saturday Schools in Parma (Ohio) literature, textbooks and manuals that were delivered from Ukraine with the assistance of the Embassy and direct support from the Ukrainian Research Institute of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
During the celebration at Cleveland School of Ukrainian Studies ("Ridna Shkola" Association) attended by President of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America Andriy Futey and Taras Shevchenko School of Ukrainian Studies of St.Volodymyr's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral she conveyed appreciation to the Ukrainians of Ohio for preserving their national identity and traditions and expressed hope that those textbooks and manuals would be helpful in raising younger generation. Lyudmyla Mazuka urged to remember and support even during the holiday season internally displaced persons in Ukrainian who had been forced to move from temporary occupied Crimea and districts of the Donbas region affected by Russian aggression. She called the students to be active in promoting Ukraine to their American peers.
In Parma, Lyudmyla Mazuka greeted the Ukrainian audience of Cleveland's The Wave FM with upcoming Christmas and wished them a Happy New Year.