Putin's War

Putin's War

István Hegedűs participated at the virtual meeting of LIBSEEN (Liberal South East European Network) Steering Committee on 27 February 2022. The committee adopted its common support of Ukraine and against the aggression by the Russian authorities. 

Key messages:

1. We strongly condemn Russia’s armed military attack on the sovereign state of Ukraine and demand an immediate ceasefire and the withdrawal of the Russian army. Only those who respect international law and diplomatic conflict resolution are on the right side of history.
#StandWithUkraine

2. The situation in Ukraine has already forced people to flee their homes. That is why those people are in urgent need of shelter & emergency aid. The international community must help. In these hours, our thoughts and compassion are with the people of Ukraine
#humanity #solidarity

3. We are very concerned that the Ukrainian crisis will spread to the Western Balkans and spark the fires in countries where the conflicting nationalist tendencies of some have been present for some time. We are particularly concerned about developments in #BiH and #Montenegro.

From more than twenty countries, 116 intellectuals and politicians, including István Hegedűs, called in a joint tribune for a concrete recognition of Ukraine's European perspectives and aspirations published in Le Monde on 24 February 2022.
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Beáta Huszka participated at the workshop on the relationship between the Balkan countries and the rule of law organised by LIBSEEN (Liberal South-East-European Network) on 6-8 November 2015 in Bucharest. 
István Hegedűs participated at the urgent online meeting of the Liberal South East European Network (LIBSEEN) on 15 April 2021. The liberal organisations of the region condemned the dangerous, war-provoking proposals of the "non-paper" that was leaked in Slovenia.