Four countries from Europe, rewarded by Washington for special merits in supporting Ukraine. Romania is not among the winners
The prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland received the prestigious “Transatlantic Leadership Award” from the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), informs the organization’s website.
The award ceremony for the award was set for September 27.
The award was given to the four politicians for “the strong support given to Ukraine and their special contribution to the strengthening of transatlantic cooperation”.
The Baltic countries and Poland took the tougher attitudes against Putin’s war, but also against Russian citizens, to whom he denied access.
CEPA is a think-tank based in Washington, committed to strengthening transatlantic relations and promoting democratic values and principles.
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