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European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen has condemned the Russian attacks on Ukraine.

She said: “We condemn this barbaric attack and the cynical arguments to justify it. It was President Putin who brought war back to Europe. And in these dark times, the European Union and its people stand with Ukraine and its people.

“We are facing an unprecedented act of aggression by the Russian leadership against a sovereign and independent country.

“Russia’s goal is not just Donbass, the goal is not just Ukraine. The goal is stability in Europe and the entire international peace order.

“And we will hold President Putin accountable for that.

“Later today, we will present a package of massive and targeted sanctions to European leaders for approval. With this package, we will target strategic sectors of the Russian economy by blocking access to technologies and markets that are essential for Russia.

“We will weaken Russia’s economic base and its ability to modernize and in addition we will freeze Russian assets in the European Union and block Russian banks’ access to European financial markets.

“As with the first sanctions package, we are closely aligned with our partners and allies which are the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, but also for example Japan and Australia.

“These sanctions are designed to weigh heavily on the interests of the Kremlin and its ability to fund war and we know that millions of Russians do not want war.

“President Putin is trying to return to the days of the Russian Empire.

“But in doing so, he is jeopardizing the future of the Russian people. I call on Russia to immediately cease the violence and withdraw its troops from Ukrainian territory.

“We will not allow President Putin to tear down the security architecture that has given you peace and stability for many decades. We will not allow President Putin to replace the rule of law with the rule of force and brutality.

“He should not underestimate the resolve and strength of our democracies and history has proven that societies and alliances built on trust and freedom are resilient and successful. And that is exactly what autocrats fear. .

“The European Union stands with Ukraine and its people. We will continue to support them. Ukraine will prevail.”

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