Last tweet from April 5, 2022 from the European Commission. What’s new in the EU?

On April 5, 2022, a tweet appeared on the European Commission’s profile: “Commissioner @dubravkasuica on EP: This war will mark Ukrainian children for life. We will take all possible measures to ensure that they are well cared for, can recover and being kids again. It’s not just a job: it’s a shared responsibility and our moral obligation.”.

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European Commission News from 5/04/2022

Commissioner @dubravkasuica on EP: This war will mark Ukrainian children for life. We will take all possible steps to ensure that they are cared for, recover and become children again. This is not just work: it is our collective responsibility and moral obligation. https://t.co/WSL67QA9do


Prior to Saturday’s #StandUpForUkraine event in Warsaw, European Commission President @vonderleyen and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy @JosepBorrellF will travel to Kiev to meet President @ZelenskyyUa. https://t.co/lO3WhaP6lU


RT @EUinWroclaw: Today begins the two-day visit of the European Union Commissioner for Cohesion and Reform @ElisaFerreiraEC to Poland to discuss …


RT @ZelenskyyUa: Negotiated with Commission President @vonderleyen. Informed about the inhumane crimes of the aggressors in the suburbs…


RT @ElisaFerreiraEC: In with @younousomarjee to express gratitude for the great outpouring of solidarity of the Polish people with🇺🇦refugees

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RT @GuzVetteterEU: After two years of online meetings, finally the opportunity to speak face-to-face with representatives from the #europedirect network – 24 points …


RT @vonderleyen: I spoke to President @ZelenskyyUa about the brutal killing of civilians in Bucha and other Ukrainian cities.

The European Union is ready…


The perpetrators of crimes in Ukraine must be held to account.

The EU and Ukraine set up a joint investigative team to gather evidence and investigate war crimes and crimes against humanity. The European Union is ready to support the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office.


@vonderleyen: I spoke to President @ZelenskyyUa about the brutal killing of civilians in Bucza and other cities in . The EU is ready to send a joint investigative team to document war crimes with Ukraine’s attorney general. @Europol and @Eurojust would help. https://t.co/pWnCAUcLao


Russia should be held responsible for killing civilians in Ukrainian cities like Bucha.

We support @IntlCrimCourt investigations. We will soon start working on further sanctions against Russia. https://t.co/UyKPJ65130


On April 5th, Commissioner @ElisaFerreiraEC together with Ministers @GrzegorzPuda and Podkarpacie Voivode @EwaLeniart will go to the border in Korczowa and visit the reception center in MĹ‚yny.


The EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reform @ElisaFerreiraEC will visit Poland on April 5-6. He will meet Minister of Funds and Regional Policy @GrzegorzPuda. The purpose of the visit was to discuss the possible use of EU funds to help people from Ukraine living in .


RT @jwojc: The European Commission has allocated 35,000 euros per farm, including fertilizer subsidies: https://t.co/EPI1pqsNQr


@TimmermansEU: Russia has become a pariah and should be treated as such. The crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine cannot go unpunished. Where war criminals are behind bars. https://t.co/pAochCZvgU


@vonderleyen: I am terrified by reports of unimaginable atrocities in areas where Russian troops are withdrawn.

An urgent independent investigation is required.

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