EU leaders grant Ukraine and Moldova candidate status | News | DW

Leaders of the European Union on Thursday decided to make Ukraine and Moldova official candidates for membership of the bloc.  

European Council President Charles Michel made announcement after discussions among leaders of the EU’s 27 member states.

Zelenskyy welcomes decision

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy welcomed the decision, calling it “a unique and historic moment” in relations with the 27-nation bloc.

“Ukraine’s future is in the EU,” he tweeted.

Moldovan President Maia Sandu tweeted that the decision was a “strong signal of support for Moldova and our citizens.”

The EU’s 27 nations have been largely united in backing Ukraine since Russia invaded on February 24, adopting unprecedented economic sanctions against Moscow. Just four days after Russia launched its war,…

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