On 19 July, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) held a high-level conference on relief and reconstruction of Ukraine, at which it pledged its full support for the war-ravaged country on all fronts.
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Valsts finansētā migrantu instrumentalizācija, kuras mērķis ir destabilizēt ES, un pašreizējais karš Ukrainā, kas novedis pie vēl nepieredzēta bēgļu pieplūduma, liek pārskatīt Eiropas migrācijas politiku. Eiropas Ekonomikas un sociālo lietu komiteja (EESK) uzstāj: lai vienoti reaģētu uz bēgļu krīzēm, ir vajadzīga solidaritāte un sloga sadale starp dalībvalstīm. Vienlaikus EESK uzsver, ka ir jāgarantē migrantu drošība un cilvēktiesības.
EESC plenary debate with H. E. Ambassador Vsevolod CHENTSOV, Head of the Ukrainian Mission to the European Union, Marta BARANDIY, representing Promote Ukraine, and Mariya KOROLCHUK, representing the Community Organised Relief Effort (CORE) and Funky Citizens
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), just a week ahead of the EU Council Summit, adopted its second Resolution on Ukraine, strongly supporting the country's unconditional candidate status to the EU. The European civil society will be working hand in hand with Ukraine for Ukraine on the reconstruction of the country delivering a stronger, greener, more resilient and sustainable European partner.
To turn solidarity with Ukraine into concrete action, the EESC is joining the European Parliament's "civil society hub" initiative for Ukraine, allowing the NGO Promote Ukraine to use part of its premises at rue de Trèves 74, along with logistical equipment.
In its Resolution on War in Ukraine and its economic, social and environmental impact adopted on Thursday, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) strongly condemns the ongoing unilateral aggression against Ukraine ordered by the President of the Russian Federation.
In 2017, Ukraine and the European Union, the European Atomic Energy Community and their Member States signed an Association Agreement, which confirmed close historical ties between the Parties, commitment to common values, and strong public support for Ukraine's European choice.