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First Minister of Wales discusses the situation in Ukraine while in Brussels for St David’s Day visit

The situation in Ukraine will be at the top of the agenda as the First Minister of Wales visits Brussels on Wednesday for a series of meetings with diplomats and parliamentarians.

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First Minister announces £4m of aid for Ukraine

The Welsh Government will provide £4m in financial and humanitarian aid to Ukraine to help support those in desperate need.

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The First Minister’s St David’s Day message – 2022

The First Minister's message to the people of Wales on St David's Day

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Face covering legal requirement lifted in many indoor public places

The legal requirement to wear a face covering in many indoor public places has today come to an end.

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Extraordinary people shortlisted for national awards

The St David Awards are Wales’ national awards to recognise every day heroes

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Coronavirus protections relaxed as cases fall

Wales will gradually begin to relax some of its remaining coronavirus protections as cases continue to fall, First Minister Mark Drakeford today announced.

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First Minister announces locations of Wales’ commemorative woodlands

The First Minister has announced the planned locations of Wales’ first commemorative woodlands to remember all those who have died during the pandemic.

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Wales completes move to alert level zero

Wales will move fully into alert level zero tomorrow as coronavirus cases begin to stabilise, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.

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Phased easing of Covid restrictions to continue – First Minister

Wales will complete the move to alert level zero on 28 January, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed today, unless the public health situation changes for the worse.

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Plan to ease alert level two protections announced

A plan to return Wales to alert level zero measures will today be set out by First Minister Mark Drakeford.

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First Minister of Wales to set out plans to ease restrictions

The First Minister will tomorrow (Friday) set out how Wales plans to move back to alert level zero if the public health situation continues to improve.