June 2022

EUAM news

EU delivers cars to Ukraine’s law enforcement worth € 2 million

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Protecting the protectors – EU equips Ukraine’s law enforcement with personal protective gear worth € 3 million
How EUAM supports Ukraine in the investigation and prosecution of war crimes and crimes against humanity

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Ukrainian parliamentary delegation lobbies for more support in The Hague with EUAM

#FieldVision | EUAM Ukraine will stand and work together with Ukraine towards the common goal of moving the country ever closer to the EU

"Since the start of the war, the European Council has revised the Mission mandate twice"

Antti Hartikainen
Head of the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine
Since 2014, the EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) has advised the Ukrainian civilian security sector reform in the field of law enforcement and the rule of law. After the full-scale Russian invasion on 24 February, the Head of Mission Antti Hartikainen implemented the evacuation of staff from EUAM’s Kyiv HQ and four regional field offices. All international colleagues safely left the country, and some local colleagues, permitted to do so under the martial law introduced, also joined the convoy. Now that EUAM has returned with a limited number of international staff to its headquarters in Kyiv with plans to increase its presence in Ukraine further, the situation permitting, Mr Hartikainen shares lessons from the past three months.

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Joint Statement on the LGBTIQ Pride Month in Ukraine

On the occasion of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) Pride Month, we express our unwavering support for this year’s joint Kyiv/Warsaw Pride events and the march which takes place today in Warsaw in the tragic context of Russia’s brutal war of aggression against Ukraine. In so doing, we reaffirm that whom you love should not be the basis of oppression, discrimination or harassment. The principle of equality, a cornerstone of democratic values, foresees that human rights are inherent to all human beings, irrespective of their sexual orientation, gender or other characteristics. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine highlights the specific risks faced by LGBTIQ in a conflict context, whether as displaced civilians or as combatants and defenders of Ukraine.

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20-km truck queues on the Ukrainian border with the EU result in 3-6 day waiting times. The updated mandate has enabled the #EUAM to facilitate coordination of international and Ukrainian stakeholders to speed up and expand the flow of goods via new and existing transport corridors.

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EUAM Ukraine facilitates implementation of #solidaritylanes to establish alternative logistics routes when Ukrainian sea ports are obstructed by the Russian military.

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To speed up Ukraine's agricultural export, including 20 million tons of grain, EUAM deployed five teams covering border-crossing points between Ukraine and Poland, Romania and Slovakia. They facilitate high-level customs consultations as well as provide recommendations for the Ukrainian counterparts.

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