How the EU is supporting Ukraine in 2024

Check out our timeline for an overview of how the EU and the European Parliament continue to support Ukraine in 2024.

Address by the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and the President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy with Parliament President Roberta Metsola

Ever since Russia launched an illegal full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the EU and the Parliament have supported the country by condemning Russia’s aggression, sanctioning those responsible and providing financial and material aid.


Parliament has also been supportive of Ukraine’s efforts to become an EU candidate country and has been calling on EU countries to launch accession talks.


The timeline is in reverse chronological order, meaning the most recent event will appear on top and the oldest one on the bottom.


Check out how the EU and the Parliament were supporting Ukraine in 2022.

Check out how the EU and the Parliament were supporting Ukraine in 2023.

EU support for Ukraine

How the EU and the European Parliament continue to support Ukraine in 2024.

Sort the timeline following the topics
    • EU reactions

    Parliament warns against Russian efforts to undermine EU democracy

    • EU-Ukraine cooperation

    Additional funding for Ukraine in EU budget

  • MEPs debate EU support for Ukraine

    • EU-Ukraine cooperation

    MEPs criticise Orbán for blocking decision on Ukraine aid package

    • EU-Ukraine cooperation

    MEPs discuss support for Ukraine in EU summits debate

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