EU holding ‘the perpetrator’ accountable with €50 billion of taxpayer money

Opinion by Mathew Carr

This strikes me as unbalanced and simplistic in failing to acknowledge historical bad behavior by colonialists, including destruction of the world’s climate, and NATO provocation.

History will show there is more than one perpetrator here.

As of June 30, it is no wonder European nations can’t agree how to use money they have grabbed from the Russia government and citizens.


On 21 June 2023, the Ukraine Recovery Conference 2023 held in London, United Kingdom.

During the conference, Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, presented the details of the Commission’s proposal for a new Ukraine Facility that, if adopted by the European Parliament and Council of the European Union, will mobilise up to 50 billion euros over four years in the form of both grants and loans.

The Facility will support Ukraine’s efforts to sustain macro-financial stability, promote recovery as well as rebuild and modernise the country.

This video shows the statement given by Ursula von der Leyen and other world leaders on this occasion.

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