Ukrainian President Volodymir Zelensyki accepts the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen this Sunday. The event will be broadcast live on TV and stream – even in several languages.
Today, May 14, the Ukrainian President Wolodymir Selenskyj received the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen and thus joined a ranks of well-known honorees, including Popes John Paul II and Francis I who received the prize for European commitment. Also in the List of award winners, which are not always undisputed You will find former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, NATO man Javier Solana and ex-Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Bizarre: Even non-personalities such as the euro (yes, exactly, the currency) and the people of Luxembourg have already been awarded the Charlemagne Prize, which has been awarded annually in the former residence of Charlemagne since 1950 and is of course named after “Charlemagne”. Whether the Ukrainian President Volodymir Zelenskyj would accept the award in person was not confirmed for a long time due to the sensitivity of his personal details – but the security precautions that had been taken in the tranquil imperial city in the days before had already suggested that Zelenskyj was definitely going to ceremony would appear in the historic center of Aachen.
The Charlemagne Prize 2023 in live stream on YouTube
It is now clear that the President of Ukraine, which is currently at war, is already in Germany, having previously been in Berlin on a political foreign mission. Between 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., the live stream of the Aachen Charlemagne Prize 2023 will start, probably with a little delay, on the YouTube video platform. There are both a stream in German as well as another stream in English to choose from. WDR television will broadcast the event live this Sunday, May 14, 2023, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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