The European Union will continue to provide military, financial, and political assistance to Ukraine, according to a joint statement of the chairmen of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, the European Council Charles Michel and the European Parliament Roberta Metsola, distributed in Brussels in connection with the second anniversary of the start of the Russian war in Ukraine.

The statement notes that the EU will continue its strong, unwavering political, military, financial, economic, diplomatic and humanitarian support to help Ukraine defend itself, protect its people, its cities and its vital infrastructure, restore its territorial integrity, return thousands of deported children and end the war.

The document emphasizes that the European Union will continue to provide Ukraine with regular and predictable financial support.

According to it, a €50 billion financial assistance package for 2024-2027 will help Ukraine meet its immediate needs, rebuild its economy and society, modernize its institutions and strengthen democracy and the rule of law.