February 2023 


Ukrainian prosecutors will be safer when working in the liberated areas

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Field Office Odesa hosted the first training on International Crimes conducted by the European Union in Ukraine.
Opening Ukraine’s newest gate to the EU

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“102” line operators learn new auxiliary methods to be more effective at work

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EUAM Head of Mission address on the anniversary of the Russian invasion

Dear Ukrainians,
Today, the 24th of February marks the first anniversary of Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine.
The invasion grossly violates international law.
And it undermines global stability and Europe’s security.
The war has brought devastation and grief to Ukraine and its citizens.
But it has also unveiled an exceptional will to resist the shadows of fear and contest the adversary’s brutal assault.

EUAM highlights and achievements in 2022

Despite the ongoing Russian war of aggression, we continue to support our Ukrainian counterparts. In his End of Year address, the #EUAM’s Head of Mission, Antti Hartikainen, highlights some of the Mission’s activities and achievements from 2022. We are thankful to all our Ukrainian counterparts for the fruitful cooperation and are looking forward to continue the joint work in 2023.

24 February 2023 – EUAM one year after the Russian invasion

Following  Russia’s unjustified and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022, the European Council amended the EUAM‘s mandate. The Mission now provides support to its Ukrainian counterparts in the investigation and prosecution of International Crimes. Furthermore, the Mission continues to deliver on its tasks in the field of civilian security sector reform.
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