Odessa (Ukraine), March 17 More than 800 journalists from 50 countries in total spent a month at the International Media Center in Lviv, western Ukraine to deal with the Russian invasion, the press service of the City Council reported on Thursday. Lviv is one of the cities that suffered the least from the Russian bombing since it began on February 24 and is the center of leaving refugees to neighboring Poland. The largest number of journalists arriving in this country are France (14%), Italy (7%), Poland (6%), USA (6%), Spain (6%), United Kingdom (4%), Canada (3%).) and Portugal (3%), the City Council writes in a note collected by the Interfax-Ukraine agency. There are also media representatives from Japan, China, Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, Argentina, India, etc. The Lviv International Media Center (Lviv) began operating on February 18, a few days before the massive invasion of Ukraine, and became the main platform for foreign media, the city government said. As of March 14, the facility became a Ukrainian media center by participating in a joint project of the city and the office of the President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, which is added to the notes collected by Interfax-Ukraine. According to the Ukrainian authorities, since the beginning of the war, 5 journalists have died in professional events, and more than 30 people have been injured.