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European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)

Dear CBHE project partners,

In the name of the CBHE team we  would like to express our full solidarity with you, your institutions and the Ukrainian state. We here in Brussels all follow the news of what is happening very closely and we are shocked beyond possibility to express this in words.

Our thoughts are with you, your families, your teams and with your country. If there is anything that we can do for you please get in touch with the project coordinator or directly with your EACEA contact person.

Kind regards,


Head of Unit

European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)

Established by the European Commission

Unit A4 – International Capacity Building

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

 Dear Colleagues,

As the tragic events in Ukraine unfold, our hearts go out to the Ukrainian people.

The Rectorate Authorities and the Committee on International Relations of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki unequivocally condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukrainian territory, the conduct of an armed conflict on the European continent, and the provocation of a humanitarian crisis.

We also express our full solidarity with those who suffer, the refugees and the displaced populations, and condemn in the strongest possible terms the human suffering inflicted and the incitement to hatred. We wholeheartedly stand with the academic community and express our solidarity with the members of the Ukrainian and Russian universities labouring in the cause of reconciliation and building of a better world.

Finally, we bear hope that the values and principles, which have established democracy, rule of law, and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms on our continent, will prevail.

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki decided to implement measures to support its Ukrainian students, as follows:

  1. Provide meals to all affected students (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  2. Explore all the possibilities of offering accommodation inside and outside university campus for those who face a relevant problem.
  3. Special grant for these students to cover their accommodation and other necessary expenses.
  4. Contribution to a University bank account by the members of the university who wish to deposit a sum of money in favor of the affected students.

Also, “Scholars At Risk Greece Section”, working in our University, is ready to provide direct assistance to researchers, scholars, scientists and other civil society actors facing threats to their lives, liberty, and research careers. Please also find attached a relevant email from Inspire Europe Programme.

For any requests or information about the Scholars at Risk Programme, please contact inspire_auth@auth.gr.

Dear colleagues, Aristotle University is standing by your side and remains at your disposal.

We are sending you our best wishes and hope for peace.

Best regards,

Dimitra Mentekidou


Department of International Relations

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Cormack Consultancy Group (Велика Британія)

 І. We have made a sizable donation to, and are raising money for the Ukrainian Armed Forces (https://savelife.in.ua/en/donate/ )

We are approaching UK Universities and asking them to send letters of support to Ukrainian universities, if your university would like to receive these letters please let me know and we will arrange.

We are creating a database of expertise from the 700 universities we know and will link that expertise to any Ukrainian university that needs it, for example Trauma Surgery, Disaster management or any other are that you think would be useful.  Please let me know.

We are also asking UK universities to provide scholarships and financial support for Ukrainian students who are displaced by the war.

We also have staff members in Romania and the Baltic who are keen to help any university staff or students who are displaced.

We are all attending all video meetings with people around the world demonstrating our support (see attached picture )

We hear the internet infrastructure is under significant strain, so we want to set up a what app group so we can keep in touch , if you can share your phone number we can add you to this

I realise that this seems very little, but we will continue to think about how we can help as this horrible thing continues.

The Ukrainian army is so brave, and we know that Ukraine will prevail!

Slava Ukraini!


We have managed to start discussions with Universities UK, which is the national body of universities in the UK, this will mean we can tap into all universities, and we will be urging them to offer a range of support to Ukrainian universities, their staff and students.

We have built a group of institutions in the Scopus database, that comprises 86 research intensive institutions with 395,000 authors who have published 835,000 articles over the past five years. All these institutions have had some contact with CCG, and form part of our wider network. The database allows us to search by topic and research theme, and to quickly identify which of these institutions has the most articles published, the highest impact research and the most active researchers. This is the quickest way for us connect an urgent request from Ukrainian scientists for assistance or information to the institution, research group or researcher with the right knowledge.

We are starting to speak to universities in Poland, Czech Republic, Romania and the Baltic, to understand their plans for supporting Ukrainian students who are displaced, and also their ability to support Ukrainian academics.

We have been asked by a couple of universities to see if we can secure equipment for the Territorial Defence Force, items like helmets, knee protectors, first aid equipment etc.

We aim to buy this equipment and our team in Romania will then look to deliver it to the border.  We are not experienced in this area, but we are willing to give it a go.
So if you need anything , we will certainly see if we can help.

We are coordinating a campaign of letter writing to politicians in the UK urging they open to borders to all Ukrainians who want to come, and also that they press for sanctions to be put on Belarus.

We have not set up the Whats App group yet as a couple of universities let us know that the Ukraine government was saying this may not be safe, and can be intercepted by the Russians, so we are looking for the best alternative, if you know please let us know

Finally we want to make sure that we put as much pressure on the organisations we are speaking to as possible, it would be very useful if you could let me have a note of what is happening in your region, so we can share and let them understand how terrible this is for their academic colleagues.

I look forward to hearing from you

Slava Ukraini!

Charles Cormack

Chairman / Cormack Consultancy Group / Retinent Ltd



Metabolic and Cardiovascular Research Institute

Paul Sabatier University – Toulouse III   (Франція)

 Dear Colleague, dear Friend,

I really hope that you and your family are safe in these very difficult times!

We in France are all following the situation closely and do our best to help our Ukrainien friends.

All the best,

Frederic Boal, PhD

CR Inserm

Team CeRAMIC Institut des Maladies Métaboliques et Cardiovasculaires (I2MC)

Inserm U1297 | Université Paul Sabatier


The Baltic University Programme


Statement regarding the current war in Ukraine

This is to inform all BUP colleagues about the current situation for the Baltic University Programme (BUP) as an organisation in light of the war in Ukraine. The BUP strongly condemns Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and offers our wholeheartedly support to those colleagues and students most affected by the war.

The latest week the BUP board and the coordinating secretariat have waited for clear directives from Uppsala University and the Swedish government on how our cooperation within the BUP can continue. We had to get clear directives since the BUP is a government assignment at Uppsala University.

The directives we now have received is the following:

Due to the war in Ukraine, the Swedish government calls on higher education institutions to suspend co-operation with state institutions in Russia and Belarus. The BUP co-operations with Russia and Belarus will therefore be cancelled until further notice. The BUP contracts between Uppsala university and the participating universities in Russia and Belarus will be suspended.

For thirty years the BUP has developed peaceful cooperation where all countries in the water catchment area of the Baltic Sea are included. The mission of BUP, to promote and support academic co-operations, can hardly be more topical, in the work for sustainable development in the Baltic Sea Region. Our aim is as always to support the key role that universities play in democratic, peaceful and sustainable development.

It is devastating and tragic that such a development that we now see occurs since major efforts have been made after the end of the Cold War to develop peace, communication, understanding and co-operations in the region. The Baltic University Programme has been a part of these efforts – and still will be.

It is a tremendous tragedy that peace within the Baltic Sea Region has not prevailed.

The chair of the BUP board, Olle Jansson, Uppsala University
The Coordinating secretariat, Madeleine Granvik, Uppsala University
Associated secretariat, Ireneusz Zbicinski, Lodz University of Technology
Associated secretariat, Walter Leal, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
Associated secretariat, Cecilia Lundberg, Åbo Akademi University