BRUSSELS — European leaders will reconvene for a special summit in Brussels on February 1, 2024 to discuss new financial aid to Ukraine, European Council President Charles Michel announced Monday.
The decision on a €50 billion aid package for Kyiv had been postponed last week because of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s opposition.
The aid package is set to be included in a revised EU budget, which means that it requires unanimous approval from the 27 leaders.
Speaking at a press conference Monday, Michel said the next summit would focus on “convincing the 27th member state [Hungary] to agree so we can have a unanimous decision on this subject.”
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