EU welcomes one year roaming extension between EU and Ukraine

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The European Commission on Wednesday said it welcomed the one year extension roaming between the European Union and Ukraine has been extended for another year.

“In times of war, a phone line is a lifeline, connecting people who sought refuge in Europe to those who stayed on the front,” European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen said on social media platform X.

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It is the fifth extension of a voluntary agreement between 22 European and seven Ukrainian telecommunications operators, ensuring that Ukrainian refugees can stay connected across borders for another twelve months, the Commission said in a statement.

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