Congratulations on the Europe Day in Ukraine!
May 20, 2018
The EU Information Center at the National University of Ostroh Academy congratulates all students on the Europe Day in Ukraine.
"We want European values and rights to be not just a distant sound, but a reality. However, we should remember famous words: "Study, read and learn thoroughly the foreign things — but do not shun your own". At the same time, do not forget that Ukraine has always been a cultural, historical and political center of Europe, and therefore we are always close to our neighbors", says the Head of the EU Center at the National University of Ostroh Academy Maksym Karpovets.
The celebration was started by the movie "Diakuyu". It was supported by student board of the Faculty of International Relations and the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine. Celebration of the Europe Day in Ukraine will last for a month, and so there are many other interesting things ahead. Please check the announcements!
The Europe Day, the single currency (euro), flag and anthem are the symbols of the EU as a political force.
For referential use: Historically, the first recognition of a "Europe Day" was on May 9, 1950, when the Foreign Minister of France Robert Schuman united economic efforts of France, Germany and a number of other European countries in order to avoid the accumulation of military power and the spread of conflicts, which also provided peace in Europe. These foundations of the common cause grew into the joint European House in 1985 at the EU Summit in Milan, where ministers decided to honor the day of the announcement of the Schuman Declaration and decided to celebrate the Europe Day annually. The holiday was established in Ukraine "...considering Ukraine's strategic course towards European integration..." according to the Decree of the President of Ukraine "On the Day of Europe" of April 19, 2003 No. 339/2003.
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