A high-level delegation of members of the European Parliament will be in Ukraine from 30 January to 2 February to gather information on the current crisis.
During the visit, MEPs will observe the situation on the ground and demonstrate the European Parliament’s solidarity with the Ukrainian people, as well as its opposition to any steps taken by Russia to further escalate the dilemma.
The visit is a part of large-scale diplomatic efforts to diminish the situation and avoid the disastrous consequences of a possible war in Ukraine.
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