Ukraine and Moldova in the EU, the green light comes from the European Council. Zelensky: “It’s a victory”


By John

The European Council decided to open the accession negotiations with Ukraine. The President said it Charles Michel on X-Twitter. “No one objected” to the European Council’s decision on the opening of negotiations for Ukraine’s accession. European sources reported this: “It is a decision taken by the European Council which was not blocked by any state”.

“This is a victory for Ukraine. A victory for all of Europe. A victory that motivates, inspires and strengthens.” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky writes this on X commenting on the European Council’s decision to open accession negotiations with Ukraine, announced by Charles Michel.

The European Council also decided to open negotiations with Moldova and to grant candidate country status to Georgia. President Charles Michel writes this on

The Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, expresses great satisfaction for the concrete steps forward in the enlargement process achieved at the European Council for Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Bosnia Herzegovina. This is a result of significant value for the European Union and for Italy, which came as a result of a complex negotiation in which our nation played a leading role in actively supporting both the countries of the Eastern Trio and Bosnia and Herzegovina. and the countries of the Western Balkans.” This was announced by Palazzo Chigi.

Orban against

«Ukraine’s accession to the EU is a wrong decision. Hungary does not want to be part of this wrong decision!” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said this on Facebook after the decision of the EU leaders. “Hungary’s position is clear: starting negotiations with Ukraine under these circumstances is a completely senseless, irrational and wrong decision, and Hungary will not change its position,” he says. «On the other hand, 26 other countries insisted that this decision be taken. This is why Hungary has decided that if the 26 decide to do so, they will have to go their own way”, clarifies Orban.