Von der Leyen in Kiev: She supported the "exceptional resistance of the Ukrainian people"

In a message published with a photo from the railway station in Kyiv, she pointed out that the EU "more than ever firmly supports Ukraine, financially, economically, militarily, morally", as she stated, "until the country is finally free".

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Von der Leyen in Kiev, Photo: Twitter
Von der Leyen in Kiev, Photo: Twitter
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The President of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, today, after arriving in Kyiv on the very second anniversary of the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, supported the "exceptional resistance of the Ukrainian people".

In a message published with a photo from the railway station in Kyiv, she pointed out that the EU "more than ever firmly supports Ukraine, financially, economically, militarily, morally", as she stated, "until the country is finally free".

In the joint statement of EU leaders on the occasion of the second anniversary of the war in Ukraine published yesterday, the Union was assessed as more united "than ever" in its support for Ukraine.

"More than ever, we remain united and true to our promise to support Ukraine for as long as necessary," they wrote in a statement.

Today marks two years since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Italy, as the chairman of the Group of Seven Industrially Developed Countries of the World (G7), will hold a virtual summit with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky as a sign of support for his country.

Support rallies for Ukraine on the occasion of the second anniversary of the beginning of the Russian invasion will also be held in Berlin, London, Warsaw, and Paris.

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