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Here Europe – Special edition – Ukraine one year later: the war at the gates of Europe

A year after the Russian offensive in Ukraine, Caroline de Camaret and Marie Brémeau receive the former Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dominique de Villepin, and analyze the geopolitical stakes of this war in particular through the European prism. The return of a large-scale war on the doorstep of the EU worries and divides or mobilizes the 27.

February 24 is a date that will mark the European Union, surprised a year ago by the outbreak of the Russian offensive, with the exception of the countries of the East, accustomed to mistrusting Vladimir Putin. Did the Europeans react well? We analyze the efforts made by the 27 to end the war: the sending of ever more arms, the escalation of sanctions against Moscow, the opening of accession negotiations to give hope to the Ukrainians, taking charge of the refugees, attempts to renew diplomatic dialogue.

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In this program, we also try to analyze the root causes of the outbreak of this new conflict and to project ourselves into its resolution and an uncertain future.

Around our key guest, Dominique de Villepin, former French Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, we collected testimonies from Ukrainians: Liudmyla Buimister, Ukrainian MP; and Constantin Sigov, philosopher, author of “When Ukraine Rises – The Birth of a New Europe”,

But also Europeans: Daniel Freund, MEP, the Greens/EFA (Germany) and Vincenzo Sofo, MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists (Italy),

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With an exclusive interview with the Deputy Prime Minister of Moldova, Nicu Popescu, while the country is under threat of Russian destabilization and asks for protection from the European Union.

Program prepared by Isabelle Romero, Sophie Samaille and Perrine Desplats

“The project has been co-funded by the European Union under the European Parliament’s grants program in the field of communication. The European Parliament has not been involved in its preparation and is in no way responsible for or bound by information, information or views expressed in connection with the project for which only the authors, interviewees, editors or broadcasters of the program are responsible in accordance with applicable law.The European Parliament cannot nor be held liable for damages, direct or indirect, that may result from the realization of the project.

Source: France 24

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