March 08, 2014 20:19
Khodorkovsky to give lecture in Kyiv on "rights and freedoms"
MOSCOW. March 8 (Interfax) - Former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky is arriving in Kyiv on Monday and will give a lecture on "rights and freedoms" on "rights and freedoms" in Ukraine's capital the same day, his spokeswoman said on Saturday.
Khodorvkovsky would speak to students at the National University of Technology, but anyone wishing to attend the lecture, to start at noon, would be able to, Olga Pispanen told Interfax.
Pispanen said Khodorkovsky had no meetings planned besides the lecture but might meet with civil activists.
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