European Union leaders granted Ukraine and Moldova candidate status, marking a key point on the countries’ journeys to possible EU membership. The decision came on Thursday evening during a two-day European Council meeting in Brussels.
Both countries applied for membership in the weeks after Russia invaded Ukraine. Georgia also applied for membership but didn’t receive candidate status on Thursday.
“A historic moment,” European Council President Charles Michel tweeted right after the decision. “Today marks a crucial step on your path towards the EU…”
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