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Analysis: A look at the EU Council's decision on Ukraine and Moldova
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Approved! EU countries endorse Ukraine as official candidate
The 27 leaders also granted Moldova the candidate status, while Georgia was left on the waiting list.
EU countries set to endorse Ukraine as a candidate to join the bloc
The two-day summit, which begins on Thursday, will also touch upon Moldova's EU application, food insecurity, inflation and the cost-of-living crisis.
Tsikhanouskaya: EU candidacy for Moldova and Ukraine will set example
The Belarusian opposition leader told Euronews that no one deserves EU candidacy status more than Ukraine.
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Euronews speaks with EU enlargement experts about the long process awaiting Ukraine.
Ukraine claims 'significant' Snake Island victory over Russian forces
The outpost became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance after a radio exchange went viral at the start of the war , in which Ukrainian soldiers used and expletive in responce to Russian demands they surrender.
Ukraine swimmer wins World Champs medal while his dad fights Russians
Elite swimmer Mykhailo Romanchuk doesn’t know if his father was able to see him winning a medal for Ukraine at the swimming world championships in Budapest.
Ukrainian demonstrators want boycott of Lukoil petrol sales in Belgium
The Russian oil company is continuing to sell petrol at its Belgian pumps.
Rocket strike hits Kharkiv's Housing and Communal College building
On Monday, a Russian strike hit and destroyed the training and laboratory building of the Housing and Communal College at the Kharkiv National University of Municipal Economy, Ukraine.
Moscow links occupied southern Ukraine with Russian TV broadcasts
Invading Russian forces say about 1 million people in the Kherson region now have free access to Russian TV channels, including pro-Kremlin news outlets.
'You are my hero': Hollywood star Ben Stiller meets Zelenskyy in Kyiv
The 'Dodgeball' actor was visiting Ukraine in his role as a UNHCR goodwill ambassador.
Russian sells Nobel Peace Prize for $103.5m to help Ukraine children
The auction house handling the sale would not confirm the identity of the buyer but said the winning bid was made by proxy.
Arena di Verona celebrates 99 years with Verdi`s Aida
Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida, a symbol of the Opera Festival, was performed at the Arena of Verona on Saturday night, the second day of the opening weekend.
Consensus builds around Ukraine's EU bid ahead of crucial summit
Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and Portugal are among the latest countries to support granting Ukraine candidate status.
Russian blockade of Ukraine grain exports a 'real war crime': Borrell
"The war is going to have dramatic consequences for the world," said the EU's foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell.
Russian journalist sells Nobel Prize for Ukrainian children
Dmitry Muratov was awarded the gold medal in October 2021, and helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. The proceeds will go directly to UNICEF.
More Russian hostility coming ahead of 'fateful' week, warns Zelenskyy
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the coming week "historic" and "fateful" as EU leaders discuss his country's EU candidacy.
Forum urges accelerating Balkans' EU integration
Speakers at the event said the EU accession processes of Ukraine and Western Balkan countries depend on one another.
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Boris Johnson returns to Kyiv pledging new military training programme
The British prime minister's surprise trip to Ukraine comes a day after the high-profile visit of leaders from EU countries France, Germany, Italy and Romania.
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EU leaders will take a decision on granting Ukraine candidate status at next week's leaders' summit.
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Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi has been at the centre of ongoing diplomatic efforts to unblock Ukraine’s grain exports in an effort to help poorer countries deal with the effects of a global food crisis.
How has Europe reacted to Brussels backing Ukraine over EU candidacy?
"Europe isn't just geography. It's a set of values and Ukraine is fighting for them."
Ukraine cannot host Eurovision 2023, could be held in UK
Ukraine won this year's Eurovision song contest but can't host because of the Russian invasion.
Brussels backs Ukraine and Moldova as candidates for EU membership
EU national leaders will have the final say at a summit in Brussels on 23-24 June. Georgia, meanwhile, was told it wasn't ready yet.