The EU stressed that it is more united than ever in supporting Ukraine against Russia

The EU stressed that it is more united than ever in supporting Ukraine against Russia

The European Union(EU) “ remains united more than ever” in supporting Ukraine in the war with Russialeaders of the bloc said today in a statement on the second anniversary of the invasion tomorrow.

“More than ever, we remain united and faithful to our promise to support Ukraine as long as necessary,” he said. Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission with Charles Michel, president of the European Council; and Roberta Metsola, president of the European Parliament.

The war between Ukraine and Russia

In addition, they highlighted that brand commemorates “a tragic anniversary: that of Russia’s large-scale war of aggression against Ukraine in manifest violation of international law and the Charter of the United Nations,” according to the news agency AFP.

European Union

EU countries maintained that they will continue to address Ukraine’s military and defense needs, including deliveries of urgently needed ammunition and missiles.

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They were “two years of violence, brutality, terror and destruction,” they added.

At the same time, EU countriesthey argued that will continue to meet the “military and defense needs of Ukraine”, including deliveries of “urgently needed ammunition and missiles”. According to the three leaders, “the EU will always support the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders.”

The leaders’ statement in support of Ukraine against Russia

It’s a statement, the three leaders expressed their support for the Ukrainian formula “for a just, comprehensive and lasting peace based on the principles of the Charter of the United Nations and international law.”

Von der Leyen, Michel and Metsola They remembered that the EU decided to start negotiations for Ukraine’s accession to the blocand that will help that country in its march towards full membership.

“Ukraine’s future lies in the EU,” they noted.

Von der Leyen’s visit to kyiv

Meanwhile, a source of the European Commission confirmed that Von der Leyen will pay a visit to kyiv tomorrow, the capital of Ukraine, in a show of support. Although his agenda in the country remains unknown, he is expected to participate in some type of ceremony and meet with the Ukrainian president.Volodymyr Zelensky, detailed the Europa Press news agency.

TO Ukraine will arrive with the latest package of sanctions against Moscow recently adopted, which includes measures against 106 individuals and 88 entities, including Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, and for the first time against four Chinese companies for helping the Kremlin circumvent sanctions.

The 27 countries of the bloc thus met the deadline they gave themselves to adopt the 13th round of restrictions against Russia for the military aggression against the neighboring country.

Source: Ambito

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