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Brussels, do I love you? The European Union and Ukraine, after a year of war

The Euronews editorial office in Brussels presents you with the latest episode of our talk show that analyzes current affairs in Europe to make it more accessible.

This week marks one year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We have taken to the streets of Brussels to ask citizens if they are still concerned about the conflict. And among them, a Ukrainian wanted to thank the West and Europe for their support. “Without you, we wouldn’t be here,” he says.

Our guests in this edition are Jordi Cañas, MEP from the Renew Europe group, Esther Pozo Vera, from the Directorate General for Home Affairs of the European Commission, and Andrea Soler, from the International Catholic Commission for Migration in Brussels.

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According to the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, one in three Ukrainians now feels part of the community in their host country, but many would like to return home. Not knowing the local language is the main reason why Ukrainians have trouble integrating and finding a job. And eight out of ten have difficulty making ends meet.

We invite you to watch our program Brussels, do I love you? on Euronews or by clicking on the top screen.

Source: Euronews Español


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