Ukraine: One year on

The EU and the European Parliament have stood with Ukraine ever since Russia launched an unjustified and illegal full-scale invasion of the country on 24 February 2022, World.

Access to video: Ukraine: one year on   (Video duration: 03:14 )

The EU and European Parliament continue to stand in solidarity with Kyiv  

The EU and the Parliament have supported the country by condemning Russian agression, sanctioning those responsible and providing financial and material aid to Ukraine.

Check out our timeline of how the EU and the European Parliament are supporting Ukraine in 2023 and how they supported the country in 2022.


  • How the EU is supporting Ukraine in 2023
  • How the EU has been supporting Ukraine
  • Ukraine: one year on 
  • Provide Ukraine with military aid for as long as necessary, MEPs say
  • Latvian President to MEPs: Europe must be on the right side of history
  • President Zelenskyy says Russia is a grave threat to the European way of life
  • MEPs say work on Ukraine’s EU future must start now
  • MEP McAllister: We will support Ukraine for as long as it takes
  • Ukraine war: MEPs push for special tribunal to punish Russian crimes
  • MEPs demand continued Ukraine support and measures to cope with rising prices
  • Timeline: how the EU supported Ukraine in 2022
  • Sakharov Prize 2022: Parliament honours the Ukrainian people
  • European Parliament declares Russia to be a state sponsor of terrorism
  • The Ukrainian people awarded the European Parliament’s 2022 Sakharov Prize
  • MEPs call for massive increase of military assistance to Ukraine
  • State of the EU: Ukraine, energy, climate change, economy
  • Metsola: Granting candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova will strengthen EU
  • Andrej Plenković: Grant candidate status to Ukraine and Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Ruslan Stefanchuk urges EU to grant Ukraine candidate status
  • EU summit: MEPs welcome further sanctions against Russia
  • MEPs adopt EU budget 2023: focus on Ukraine, energy and recovery
  • Metsola on Ukraine: We need to disentangle ourselves from Russian energy
  • Ukraine: MEPs want a special international tribunal for crimes of aggression
  • EU must strengthen support for citizens and businesses and help for Ukraine-
  • MEPs approve suspension of EU duties on all Ukrainian exports
  • War in Ukraine: protecting women refugees from violence and sexual exploitation
  • Russia must return stolen airplanes, demand MEPs
  • MEPs say solidarity within EU is key to helping Ukraine and ending the war
  • Ukraine: EU must protect all children fleeing the war
  • War in Ukraine: keep the pressure up on Russia and aim for energy independence
  • MEPs held a minute of silence in memory of victims of war in Ukraine
  • The EU response to the Ukraine refugee crisis
  • More EU action needed for secure food supply
  • President Metsola: We must lead efforts to protect those fleeing war
  • MEPs call for more support for Ukraine and further sanctions against Russia
  • Justin Trudeau: “Canada, the EU, and our partners are facing a defining moment”
  • Ukraine: MEPs call for stronger measures and solidarity
  • Ukraine: Parliament calls for tougher sanctions against Russia
  • Zabuzhko: ‘Ukrainians fight to free Europe from the spectre of totalitarianism’
  • Russian aggression in Ukraine: MEPs praise exceptional solidarity with refugees
  • The Russian attack on Ukraine marks a new era for Europe, MEPs say
  • Russia’s threats against Ukraine are a wake-up call for Europe, MEPs say
  • Russia must immediately withdraw its forces threatening Ukraine
  • Russia: MEPs deplore military build-up, attack in Czechia and jailing of Navalny
  • EU-Russia relations under strain: what are the causes?
  • Sakharov Prize ceremony: “Oleg Sentsov is a fighter by nature”
  • Timeline: Parliament’s continued support for Ukraine
  • Europe’s strategy towards Russia: how Parliament sees the way forward
  • Kalniete: “Russia can no longer be considered the EU’s strategic partner”
  • MEPs want deeper EU ties with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
  • Pat Cox: “There is still enormous appetite for deeper transformation in Ukraine”
  • Ukraine: timeline of events
  • European Parliament approves €1.8 billion EU loan to Ukraine
  • EU-Russia relations: a key strategic challenge
  • Gabrielius Landsbergis: “Sanctions against Russia are already bearing fruit”
  • MEPs urge Ukraine leaders to swiftly form government and launch reforms
  • European Parliament ratifies EU-Ukraine Association Agreement
  • Karas on Ukraine: If talks fail, risk of military escalation will increase
  • Schulz in Kiev: ”What happens in Ukraine concerns all Europeans”
  • MEPs welcome signs of hope in Ukraine and urge the EU to stand up to Russia
  • Historic vote: EU–Ukraine agreement approved in Strasbourg and Kiev
  • MEPs cut customs duties on imports from Ukraine
  • Ukraine: “If the EU’s reaction is weak, Putin will make another step”
  • MEPs urge support for democracy in Ukraine
  • Debate: MEPs call on EU to support Ukrainians demonstrating for European future
  • European Parliament calls on Russia to withdraw military forces from Ukraine
  • Ukraine: the way out of the crisis
  • Kowal: “In 10-15 years it will be natural to talk about Ukraine’s accession”

Source Link

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.