Stand with Ukraine welcomes the visit to France from 27 to 29 March of a delegation of four Ukrainian mayors, organised with the Ukrainian NGO ANTS with the aim of developing Franco-Ukrainian cooperation at local level. This visit is one of the concrete outcomes of the "Lights for Winter" campaign led by the association since last November to strengthen links between French and Ukrainian local authorities through emergency humanitarian aid.
The delegation was received on 27 March by Mr. Benjamin Haddad, president of the France-Ukraine parliamentary friendship group, who presented the work of the National Assembly in favour of Ukraine, and then by his counterparts in the Senate, Mr. Joël Guerriau and Mrs. Annick Billau, who testified to the sincere solidarity of their institution with th...
On February 24, 2022, Russia sent its army to attack Kyiv.
On February 24, 2022, we knew that this Russian aggression signified the worst for the Ukrainian people.
On February 24, 2022, Ukraine, its people and its President chose resistance and freedom.
On February 24, 2022, we made a solemn commitment to be on Ukraine’s side in its fight for the right to exist.
For an entire year now, Ukraine has frustrated predictions of its defeat, and Ukrainian society continues its heroic fight for survival, on the European path that it has democratically chosen.
For an entire year now, the world has discovered the courage, dignity and absolute commitment of the entire Ukrainian people, who have upset the criminal plans of the Kremlin and its accomplices who only gave it th...
In the night of February 22, exactly one year ago, French and Ukrainians came together to protest against this invasion, that few wanted to happen but which seemed inevitable thanks to the threatening will of a single man. One year ago, we gathered anxious, incredulous, facing the relentless course of events that, hour after hour, were to lead to the subjugation of a people, the destruction of an entire nation, punished for having once again chosen, eight years ago, freedom during the Revolution of Dignity of Maidan.
On February 22, while hour after hour Russian soldiers entered occupied Donbas, and then on the morning of February 24, while the Kremlin drunk on power revealed its intentions in broad daylight beneath the whine of missiles, we swore to support Ukraine until victory.