REYKJAVIK. The damages of the Russian invasion of Ukraine are, among other things, also economic. The Council of Europe, an organization that brings together 46 countries on the continent, has decided to try to count them, setting up a register of damages, based in The Hague, which will be the basis for future reconstruction and also to ask whoever destruction it has caused.
Giorgia Meloni will also be at the Reykjavik summit, which opens today in the presence of dozens of heads of state and government. The first to speak will be the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, via video link, then the French president, Emmanuel Macron, the German chancellor, Olaf Scholz, and the British prime minister, Rishi Sunak. Among the first to arrive in the Icelandic capital was the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
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The day will be concluded by a working dinner with the emblematic title ‘United for Ukraine’.
Reykjavik could be the occasion for a meeting between Meloni and Macron, after the diplomatic incidents of recent weeks.