May 2022 

The flags are up: EUAM re-opens its MHQ in Kyiv

21 May 2022 – on Europe Day in Ukraine – the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine (EUAM) marked the return of the Mission to Ukraine in a ceremony at its Headquarters in Kyiv. EUAM was forced to evacuate after Russia launched its brutal military aggression against Ukraine on 24 February.

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EUAM news

European Union strengthens the capacities of regional prosecution offices and National Police of Ukraine

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EU improves communication capacities of Ukrainian police and border Guards
European Union Supports National Police and State Border Guard Service in Ukraine

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Protecting people fleeing the war: EUAM Deputy Head of Mission Fredrik Wesslau addresses high-level panel discussion at the EU Solidarity Event for Ukraine

#HeroesofUkraine: advocacy expert answers three questions on LGBT+ and human rights in wartime

"Men are obliged to serve in the army, including homosexual and bisexual people. Hence, LGBT+ people may serve in the territorial defence, but their family partners are not considered spouses and have no corresponding rights."

Mr Andrii Kravchuk,
Expert in Advocacy in “Nash Svit”
Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine is a war against a sovereign country but also a war against the values of openness and diversity that the EU is defending and promoting. To mark today’s International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia #IDAHOBIT2022, the EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) gives voice to #HeroesofUkraine from civil society organisations such as the LGBT Human Rights “Nash Svit” Centre.

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#JusticeMatters: 12 things you need to know about international crimes

During Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine, Russia’s way of conduct of hostilities resulted in an enormous number of civilian casualties and damage or destruction of several civilian objects, including houses, hospitals, schools or cultural property. The European Union strongly condemns any violations of international humanitarian law and other atrocities, including sexual and other violence, committed in the context of the Russian military aggression. Such acts must be investigated, and those responsible must be held accountable as international law requires.

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#EuropeDay2022: the EU Mission pays tribute to the Ukrainian civilian security sector

9-th of May is #EuropeDay, a special day to celebrate “peace and unity” in Europe. This year, this celebration takes a new meaning in light of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

To mark Europe Day, the EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) decided to pay tribute to all its Ukrainian counterparts from law enforcement and the rule of law institutions. They show every day their remarkable resilience and unity in resisting the oppressor and contribute to paving the way for a European Ukraine.
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