It’s in “wine estate”Moldavian k “only 20 kilometers” one “combat zone” between Kiev and Moscow that Europe agreed to meet on Thursday, June 1, notes Suddeutsche Zeitung.
The decision to organize the second meeting of the European Political Community (EPC) – a forum that brings together about fifty European leaders – in Bulboaca is not accidental. “This is a double signal addressed to Moscow”, says the Bavarian newspaper, which aims to show that Europe supports both Ukraine and Moldova in the face of Russia’s offensive moods. Summit in “the anti-Putin front looks like” in short, summarize Evening.
“Although CPE, a year after its creation, remains an unidentified and unique diplomatic entity, with no specific agenda or political goal”Vladimir Zelensky “I went not only for the sake of discussion in an informal setting”emphasizes Geneva Tribune. On Thursday, the Ukrainian leader once again urged European leaders to step up their support for Ukraine as another airstrike hit Kiev early Thursday morning, killing at least three people, including a child.
Zelensky is looking for “binding promises”
The Ukrainian president took advantage of the platform provided by the CPE meeting to strongly advocate for his country’s accession to NATO and the EU. “Every doubt we have is a trench that Russia will try to occupy”he scored. “All European countries that have a border with Russia and do not want Russia to take away part of their territory from them should be full members of NATO and the EU”he continued.
“It looks like Zelenskiy wants to make binding promises that Ukraine will be offered NATO membership when the current conflict is over.” note once reminding that the immediate entry of Kyiv into the union is impossible during the war.
Together with President Zelensky, the leaders of Belgium, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Denmark also spoke. “work continued on the specific creation of the” F-16 coalition “for Ukraine”reports Evening. “F-16s can be put into service in 6 months and therefore serve during the war, but they are mainly intended for“ after ”, to stabilize the country”clarifies the Belgian newspaper daily.
Erdogan’s “Unexpected Absence”
“In any case, Volodymyr Zelenskyy was not going to seek concrete decisions at KPIs”note from him Free Belgium. Here the message is a photo. One that brings together forty-five heads of state and government, as well as Charles Michel, President of the European Council, Ursula von der Leyen, President of the Commission, Josep Borrell, Head of EU Diplomacy, and Robert Metsol, President of the European Parliament”adds the Belgian newspaper, specifying that “cliche of European unity” was “taken in the afternoon.”
There weren’t enough guests “the head of the microstate of San Marino, the inaccessible, and, more regrettably, the Turkish Erdogan”COMMENT Evening. His absence “the unexpected apparently revives suspicion that this strategic NATO ally and officially still an EU candidate continues to develop its relationship with Moscow,” concludes the Belgian newspaper.
Source: Courrier International
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