European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen opposes calls for a ceasefire in Ukraine, which would mean a victory for Russia.
President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen announced this Opposition to the call for a ceasefire in Ukraine. “I know some people are calling for an end to the fighting, but the reality is this: if Russia stops fighting, the war is over. If Ukraine stops fighting, there will be no more Ukraine“, said the head of the European executive authority.
He spoke at Princeton University in New York after attending the United Nations General Assembly. “They are, they are present A lot at stakeNot only for Ukraine, but for EuropeFor the international community and the world order,” continued Ursula von der Leyen.
The German added about this recently The success of the Ukrainian army Return of the territories from the hands of the Russian armed forces “high morale”But this consolidation is necessary.
“What we see instead are brave men, women and children taking to the streets because they don’t want to take part in this war against Ukraine.”
while speaking fines Imposed on Russia by the European Union and the United States, he noted, they “bite” and are here to stay.
Demonstrations of Russians against mobilization
at the session of the UN Security Council, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany, Annalena Baerbock, at the same time asked Vladimir Putin to end the war. “This is a war you’re not going to win,” he said against her, without naming her. “Stop sending more of your citizens to their deaths”he called.
He noted that Mobilization statement There were no ranks of volunteers to join the conflict. “What we see instead are brave men, women and children taking to the streets because they don’t want to take part in this war against Ukraine.”
the head of European diplomacy, Joseph BorrellHe promised on Wednesday New penalties It hit Russia after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of reservists to support his military offensive in neighboring Ukraine.
The Hungarian Nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orbánwhich regularly blames European Union (EU) sanctions against Russia, wants them lifted by December and a “national consultation” on the subject.