The European Union has announced measures to support Ukrainian students, young people, teachers and educators in the face of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In a statement on 10 March, Mariya Gabriel, EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, highlighted Ukrainian participation in Erasmus+ student exchanges and in the European Solidarity Corps.
“Young Ukrainians have continuously worked for a better future, which is now at risk,” she said, setting out a set of new measures to support them. These are:
“I thank all young people in Ukraine for their commitment in these most difficult times and I encourage everyone who can support Ukraine in all possible ways,” said Gabriel.
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