The Presidential Administration has sent "scenarios" for celebrating Europe Day in administrative centers of regions, districts, and unified territorial communities, which involves flying the flags of the European Union and Ukraine in every window on the facades of administrative buildings to regional administrations and the Kyiv municipal administration. This is stated in a directive issued by the Presidential Administration's first deputy head Vitalii Kovalchuk, the text of which Ukrainian News Agency obtained. The directive states that events marking Europe Day should be held in all population centers in the country on May 14. A typical scenario for marking Europe Day in the administrative centers of regions, districts, and unified territorial communities is attached to the directive. In addition to the recommendation to fly flags of Ukraine and the European Union in all windows on the facades of administrative buildings, the scenario indicates the minimum number of participants in a rally (1,000 people), recommendations regarding participants in a rally (there should be "representatives of local elites," namely teachers, scientists, doctors, athletes, cultural figures, leaders of public opinion, and volunteers), and emphasis should be placed on the youth. The directive also requires the heads of regions, districts, and unified territorial communities to quote excerpts from President Petro Poroshenko's speeches. The document draws special attention to the need for local authorities to "promptly detect and neutralize negative factors, especially in the information space." The document did not specify what kind of information and publications should be considered a "negative factor." As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Europe Day will be celebrated in Ukraine on May 14.