Olaf Scholz called for an enlarged European Union, to eventually include Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia in the bloc.
During a speech at the Charles University in Prague, he said that “we must use the influence of our united Europe much more”, reports Spiegel .
Scholz stressed Germany's commitment to EU enlargement, stressing that it is in the interests of the European Union. “Today the question arises again where the future dividing line will be drawn between this free Europe and the neo-imperial autocracy,” — he added.
He also urged EU countries to “rally ranks, resolve old conflicts and find new solutions.” and stated that Germany would support Kyiv “for as long as it takes.”
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich