Today, February 24, exactly two years have passed since Russia's full-scale invasion of



On this day, Western leaders expressed support for the Ukrainian people.

publishes addresses of Western politicians.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz

Dear Ukrainians!

For two years now, your state has been heroically and indomitably resisting Russia's brutal aggression.

Our hearts and thoughts are with you.

Ukraine is standing because it is strong and courageous, and because it has friends in Europe and around the world.

We are proud to belong to these types - today and in our common European future.

Glory to Ukraine!

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Friends, let me make it clear again - we will be with you no matter what it takes and for as long as it takes. 

Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Spain Pedro Sanchez

Two years have passed since Russia's last aggression against Ukraine.

I want to pay tribute to the courage and determination of the Ukrainian people who continue to defend the sovereignty and freedom of their country.

Spain is with you as much as it will be necessary.

Glory to Ukraine!

Charles Michel, President of the European Council

You bravely defend your country and our shared values ​​of freedom and democracy.

Ukraine is Europe, and Europe is Ukraine.

We will support you until the yellow and blue flags of Ukraine and the EU fly side by side in Brussels and on your great land.

Glory to Ukraine! 

President of the Czech Republic Petr Pavel

On this sad anniversary, I wanted to assure Ukrainians of three things.

The Czech people admire your bravery in confronting the aggressor.

The Czech people will continue to support you in your struggle for freedom and peace.

You are part of the European family and we will not leave you. 

Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria Nikolay Denkov

For more than 730 days, we have been watching the destruction of peaceful cities, the loss of innocent people, broken families and kidnapped children.

War crimes committed by Russia will not go unpunished.

Bulgaria will be with Ukraine as long as necessary.

Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania Edi Rama

Russia's war in Ukraine is illegal, unjust and unjustified.

With a decisive response to Russia's aggression, we will defend our own right to live freely and work together for the future we believe in.

President of the Slovak Republic Zuzana Chaputova

Dear Ukrainians, dear neighbors.

You protect your homeland, your children, your lives.

International law and justice are on your side.

In these efforts, you will continue to have our support of your neighbors, because by protecting yourself, you are also protecting our shared values.

Thank you for everything, for the tenacity with which you fight for our freedom.

We will remind you that on February 24, 2022, at 3:40 a.m., Russia launched a full-scale invasion of the territory of Ukraine.

The Russians continue to kill civilians, destroy cities, destroy villages, infrastructure, hospitals, schools, and kindergartens in Ukraine.