Sanctions On Russia To Remain, Says European Association Boss

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EU commission president Ursula von der Leyen said she would head out to Kyiv to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky today.

Strasbourg: EU commission president Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday said the progressive influxes of EU sanctions against Russia for its attack of Ukraine were staying put and that Europeans should keep their determination against Moscow.

I need to make it exceptionally understood, the assents are staying put. This is an ideal time for us to show resolve, not settlement, von der Leyen said in European Parliament during her yearly Condition of the Association discourse.

Ukraine’s most memorable woman Olena Zelenska went to the social event in Strasbourg, getting a heartfelt applause from officials.

Von der Leyen let MEPs know that she would venture out to Kyiv to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

I will make a trip to Kiev today to meet President Zelensky to examine “exhaustively” the continuation of European guide, she said in her significant yearly political location.

Without precedent for its set of experiences, this Parliament is discussing the condition of our Association while war is seething on European soil, said von der Leyen, wearing Ukrainian tones.

Dear Olena, it took monstrous boldness to face Putin’s savagery. You tracked down that fortitude,” she said.


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