24 February 2022

Linköping University wishes to show its solidarity with the people and democracy of Ukraine following Russia’s ongoing invasion.

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In the course of today, the University Management has activated a special working group that is following the situation and mapping the university’s contacts with Ukraine, Russia and other countries in the region.

“Times of crisis are a test for us all, and we must now stand united behind our fundamental values, the value of democracy, and the freedom of universities”, says Vice-Chancellor Jan-Ingvar Jönsson. “We also want to show our support for the Swedish government’s strong condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.”

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