Ireland will help Ukraine with restoration and on the way to the EU

Ireland will help Ukraine with restoration and on the way to the European Union.

Source: The Prime Minister of Ireland Micheal Martin

On July 6, Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin arrived in Kyiv to express his support for the Ukrainian people.

The Prime Minister visited Borodyanka in the Kyiv region, which was under Russian occupation earlier this year. There, Martin met with the mayor of the city and inspected the residential buildings burned during the Russian bombings.

“Bombings and attacks on civilians are nothing short of war crimes, and I will use my visit to express Ireland’s support for steps aimed at bringing those guilty to justice. He went on to emphasize that Ireland would support Ukraine amid Russia’s “immoral and unprovoked terroristic war.”

Ireland will continue to impose sanctions against Putin’s regime and will support Ukraine in every possible way on the path to full membership in the EU.

The minister emphasized that Ireland would do everything possible to ensure that no one is harmed by attempts to turn food into a weapon.

See also: Leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Romania visited Ukraine for the first time since Russia’s war against Ukraine

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