Kuleba spoke about the mood of the EU/Channel 24 Collage from the war in Ukraine – a Russian-imposed narrative. In fact, the whole world and Europe feel elevated from the understanding that they are able to make history.
This was stated by Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba during the national marathon. He added that today the EU has shown that it is he who sets the rules of the game in the political arena of Europe, Channel 24 reports. p> When asked whether Europe is really tired of the war in Ukraine, the head of the Foreign Ministry answered in the affirmative so that Ukrainians would forever forget such a concept.
How tired of Ukraine? And here is a solid holiday from Ukraine! Look, the President of the European Council is tweeting congratulations, Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, was presenting the opinion on Ukraine in a blue and yellow suit. But there is no fatigue from Ukraine, forget this term altogether,” Kuleba emphasized.
According to him, what is now presented under the term “weariness from Ukraine” is another manipulation of Russia, which should emphasize our alleged inferiority. In fact, the attention of the whole world is riveted on the war in our state.
“I have always said before, I say this now and I will always say: there has never been any fatigue from Ukraine, there never will be. This is a Russian narrative to emphasize our inferiority that someone somewhere is tired of us,” he believes.
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Today, thanks to Ukraine, the EU has been able to feel the strength, energy and ability to make historic decisions, Kuleba believes.
Please note that in the Western Balkans, the summit ended without results. That is, the EU countries have not agreed among themselves,” he stressed.
At the same time, with regard to Ukraine and Moldova, countries with problems of extreme complexity, the EU leaders managed to reach a consensus. According to the minister, this inspires great faith in the representatives of the union in their ability to move Europe forward.
Context. During the EU summit, on June 23, European politicians approved a historic decision – Ukraine was granted candidate status for EU membership. This is a legal consolidation of the European future of our state.
Before the vote, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that about 70% of European rules, norms and standards have been implemented in Ukraine, but important work remains to be done on the rule of law, deoligarchization and fight against corruption.