The theme of coordinating activities for Granting the status of Ukraine’s candidate for EU membership – Inform the law firm of Andrei Duda.

Exchange of information about the meetings held

“The Presidents of Poland, Andrzej Duda, Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, and Slovakia, Zuzana Chaputova, spoke today during a video conference about efforts to grant Ukraine the status of a candidate for EU membership. The presidents exchanged information about their meetings and talks with European leaders,” we read in KPRP communications.

“President Andrej Duda informed the interlocutors of the itinerary of his recent visit to Portugal and Italy as well as the telephone talks and meetings planned during the Three Seas Summit in Riga. The series of presidential visits to Southern Europe was aimed at achieving the widest possible scope. Supporting Ukraine’s fast track to accession to the European Union, the Presidential Palace announced Ukraine thanked both presidents for their support of Ukrainian efforts.

Difficult situation in eastern Ukraine

The Russian aggression against Ukraine began on February 24. Despite the calm in the west and center, including Kyiv, tragic news is pouring in from the east of the country.

In an interview with BBC News, Mariupol Mayor Vadim Boychenko again warned that there are still more than 100,000 prisoners in the city. People living in very poor conditions. The Russian army controls Mariupol.

– They don’t have clean water. No food, no electricity, no medicine. Hospitals were destroyed and doctors were killed. Boychenko says that people do not live here, but try to survive by fighting for food.

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The mayor also reports that in many places, Buildings blown up under the rubble, dead bodies remain. – The Russians did not move the bodies of people killed in the bombings (…) According to doctors, this summer in Mariupol will be terrible. And it could kill thousands – as the city’s mayor explained.


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