Germany, Britain, and Poland are the largest donors to Ukraine in terms of GDP.
“It’s about making people aware Ukraine is a nation with its own history,” says Luxembourgish bard of Ukraine’s resistance
Boots still caked with the dust from performing in Kyiv only days before Russia invaded Ukraine, Jerome Reuter plumbed the anguish, defiance and flickering hope of a Ukraine under siege to compose what became the new album, “Gates of Europe.” Reuter has returned to Ukraine multiple times since, and is currently on a pan-European tour, all proceeds from which will go to support Ukraine’s military.
Ukrainians will never kiss the hands of the moskali, neofolk musicians from the Rome band sing and take their album on a Europe-wide tour
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The Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg would send a batch of repaired M113 armored vehicles to Ukraine to support…
“In order to investigate Russian war crimes in Ukraine, the Defense Ministry of Luxembourg delivered 30 state of…