The European Union will resume its diplomatic presence in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, after temporarily relocating to Poland following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the bloc said on Friday.
The bloc’s diplomatic service said the head of the EU delegation to Ukraine, Matty Masikus, joined top EU officials to visit the country on Friday to assess the status of the delegation’s reopening and returning staff. Will stay in Kyiv.
Top EU diplomat Josep Borrell said the move would enhance the bloc’s dialogue with the Ukrainian government and help support Ukrainian citizens.
The EU delegation was moved from Kyiv to the Polish city of Rzczów shortly after the Russian invasion.