Ukraine & Beyond
In February 2022, Russia launched a war of aggression against Ukraine in violation of international law. This war is causing massive destruction in the country and great suffering among the Ukrainian population.
We condemn the Russian aggression. It is a major threat to international security and order. Our solidarity is with people, civil society and our long-standing partners in Ukraine, whom we have supported in a variety of ways since the Russian invasion began.
“Russia’s invasion has destroyed the European security order. How can security in Europe be structured in the future? With our various discussion formats, we are helping to provide answers to this question.”
Executive Director International Affairs and Director Berlin Office
“Ukraine is a unique country with a fascinating culture. With our events we want to show that this rich culture is not extinguished, but becomes more visible and stronger precisely through the war.”
“Russia’s war against Ukraine is about the future of Europe. Kyiv, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson are where the continent’s security will be decided.”
Dr. Sarah Pagung
Berlin Foreign Policy Forum, Körber Policy Game
“Ukraine and Russia are among the founding members of EUSTORY. We continue to support our Ukrainian colleagues, but also our Russian partners in exile. We are also exploring suitable formats for cross-border cooperation during and after the war.”
“Russia´s invasion causes destruction and human suffering in Ukraine. And it violates international law. It is important to show solidarity with partner organizations in Ukraine and provide support to Ukrainian civil society as well.”
Head of Department History and Politics