Russia’s attack on Ukraine
We stand with the people of Ukraine
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a watershed moment for Europe. The Governing Council has expressed its full support for the people of Ukraine.
We will implement the sanctions decided on by the EU and European governments, and we stand ready to take whatever action is needed to ensure price and financial stability in the euro area.
Monetary policy in light of the war in Ukraine
Every six weeks the Governing Council takes its monetary policy decisions, which are then presented by the President and Vice-President at a press conference.Press conferences
How is the war affecting our economy?
The outlook for euro area economic growth and inflation has become very uncertain due to the war in Ukraine.
Our macroeconomic projections are published quarterly and feed into our monetary policy decisions.Macroeconomic projections
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Charity campaign for Ukraine
Join the ECB and other central banks across the euro area in helping the people of Ukraine in these dark times for Europe. Read the press release to find out how to support and donate to the charity campaign.Press release
THE LATEST ON UKRAINE
View all publications on the war in Ukraine.
28 April 2022
Presentation of the ECB Annual Report 2021 to the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament
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