All eyes are on Ukraine because the EU’s high officers go to Kyiv for a historic summit — the primary to be held in an lively warfare zone. And Moldovan President Maia Sandu is our particular visitor.
Host Suzanne Lynch is joined by POLITICO’s Veronika Melkozerova in Kyiv and Matthew Karnitschnig in Berlin to debate what we will count on from the go to by EU leaders to the Ukrainian capital — together with whether or not sending Ukraine fighter jets is now a part of the dialogue and if Ukraine’s prospects for becoming a member of the EU have superior.
Also trying to be part of the EU ultimately is Moldova. Suzanne sat down with President Maia Sandu as her nation prepares to host the following assembly of the European Political Community in June. They focus on what we will count on from that assembly, in addition to her nation’s EU prospects, the affect of the warfare in Ukraine and her personal political journey.