Resolution adopted on 20th Feb 2014, at the General Assembly of  the European Year of Citizens Alliance (EYCA)

(grouping over 60 Civil Society European Networks and 20 National Alliances).
These last days in Ukraine’s streets people has been dying by dozens. This has to be stopped.
As organised civil society in the European Union, we know what Ukrainian citizens aspire to: democracy, solidarity, transparency, social equity and social inclusion, civil peace…
Ukrainian authorities are the first responsible for the growing barbarity as they have refused engaging in a consistent dialogue with civil society.
Ukrainian citizens should not have to choose between giving-up their expectations or entering a civil war already fuelled by those promoting the worse.
We ask EU leaders, European and national ones, to take strong initiatives immediately supporting Ukrainian citizens, initiatives which should aim at reinforcing peaceful resolution of the confrontation about the country’s future.

Resolution adopted on 20th Feb 2014, at the General Assembly of  the European Year of Citizens Alliance (EYCA)

(grouping over 60 Civil Society European Networks and 20 National Alliances).
These last days in Ukraine’s streets people has been dying by dozens. This has to be stopped.
As organised civil society in the European Union, we know what Ukrainian citizens aspire to: democracy, solidarity, transparency, social equity and social inclusion, civil peace…
Ukrainian authorities are the first responsible for the growing barbarity as they have refused engaging in a consistent dialogue with civil society.
Ukrainian citizens should not have to choose between giving-up their expectations or entering a civil war already fuelled by those promoting the worse.
We ask EU leaders, European and national ones, to take strong initiatives immediately supporting Ukrainian citizens, initiatives which should aim at reinforcing peaceful resolution of the confrontation about the country’s future.