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4. Declarația Președinției
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  President. – This week, concerns about the situation at the Ukrainian border, dear colleagues, will dominate our discussions. On Wednesday, High Representative Borrell will be here to discuss with Parliament the latest developments on the ground. This will also be discussed at the Conference of Presidents, and our political groups in this House are currently working on a declaration on the situation in Ukraine.

Also on Wednesday, we will vote on granting EUR 1.2 billion of macro-financial assistance to Ukraine, to support Ukraine’s stability and resilience in the current difficult circumstances.

On behalf of the European Parliament let me express our solidarity with the people of Ukraine, as they continue to face the uncertainty of the past weeks and fear of Russian military aggression. What we are witnessing is a serious threat to peace in Europe.

We all saw the people on the streets of Kyiv, who showed that they are not afraid. Now their defiance must be matched by continued European resolve and unity. The position of this House is clear – Ми з Україною – we are with Ukraine.

Ukraine is a sovereign state that must be free to decide on its future for the benefit of its people. No one should undermine that right. We are united in our respect for Ukraine’s independence and territorial integrity. While we urge for a de-escalation of the current tension, this Parliament stands ready to support swift, forceful and concrete action. We do this in coordination with other European institutions and the international community, should the situation deteriorate.

In conclusion, we owe a strong show of support to the people of Ukraine and this week, this Parliament will do just that.

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