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Ukraine slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes Kyiv's hopes of quick EU membership

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Ukraine slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes Kyiv's hopes of quick EU membership

Ukraine slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes Kyiv's hopes of quick EU membership

It comes after Scholz had said there are no shortcuts to Ukraine's EU membership bid.


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Ukraine war: Zelenskyy calls on G7 to help end war with Russia 'by the end of the year' [Video]

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Labour: Government's wrecking ball approach to NI Protocol [Video]

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