EU diplomatic delegation in Ukraine moves back to Kyiv – POLITICO

The EU late on Friday announced that its diplomatic delegation in Ukraine will resume its activities in Kyiv.

After the invasion of Russia, the bloc had moved its diplomatic presence in Ukraine to the Polish city of Rzeszów.

On Friday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the bloc’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell visited Kyiv, accompanied by Matti Maasikas, an Estonian diplomat who heads the EU delegation in Ukraine.

Maasikas will remain in Kyiv and will study “the conditions for a gradual return” of staff to the capital.

“We have witnessed firsthand the ability of the Ukrainian administration to ensure effective and full functioning of the state and government structures despite very difficult circumstances,” Borrell said, adding that having staff on the ground would allow for better interaction with the Ukrainian government. EU diplomatic delegation in Ukraine moves back to Kyiv – POLITICO

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