The European Union pledged to continue its support for Ukraine, which was attacked by Russia, on the first anniversary of the war.
In the statement of the Council of the European Union, which is formed by the member states of the Union, it was emphasized that the EU will continue to support Ukraine politically, economically and militarily, including through joint express purchases.
In the statement, the statement stated that the reconstruction of Ukraine will also be supported, and efforts will be made to use the frozen Russian assets in accordance with European Union and international law.
In the statement, the statement stated that pressure on Russia will be increased and that the tenth package of sanctions against Russia will be accepted for this purpose, and steps will be taken against those who violate EU sanctions.
“We support the peace formula for President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. Together with international partners, we will ensure that Ukraine prevails, respect for international law, restore Ukraine’s territorial integrity and peace, rebuild Ukraine and achieve justice. Until that day, we will not stop,” the statement read. Statement included.
European Union buildings covered in the colors of the Ukrainian flag
On the first anniversary of the war, EU buildings in Brussels were lit up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag to show support and solidarity with Ukraine.
By reflecting yellow and blue lights onto the buildings of the European Union Commission, the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament, images of the Ukrainian flag were created.
Some Ukrainians also held a ceremony to commemorate the children who lost their lives in the war, leaving candles and toys on Schuman Square, where EU institutions are located, and standing guard for the kidnapped Ukrainian children.
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