The press secretary of the “You are an Angel” Charitable Foundation was awarded at the national level
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Liliana Khomyshyn's journalistic material was awarded at the national level.
She received a special award in the creative competition of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine–2021 in the nomination “Journalists against the epidemic”. Liliana received this important award for her BBC News Ukraine article “Holidays and tourists have caused trouble”. Let us remind you, that Liliana Khomyshyn has been a correspondent of this respected world media for two years. In addition, for the second year in a row, her materials published in this media are becoming one of the best in the competition of professional journalists organized by the National Union of Journalists.
By the way, our Liliana is the only representative of this creative competition, who for the second year in a row receives an award in the nomination "”Journalists against the epidemic”.
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