The prime ministers of Slovakia Eduard Geger, of Slovenia Robert Golob, and of Croatia Andrej Plenkovic have arrived in Ukraine to take part in a summit on the occasion of the de-occupation of Bucha.
This was reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to the local media and the governments of the countries.
The Slovak publication Aktuality reports that Heger, together with Defense Minister Jaroslav Nad’, arrived in Kyiv by an overnight train from Poland.
It is worth mentioning that after Slovakia decided to provide Ukraine with 13 MiG-29 fighter jets, President Volodymyr Zelensky invited the country's prime minister to Kyiv.
The Slovenian Prime Minister also announced a one-day visit to Ukraine.
"We want to reaffirm our political support in light of Slovenia's comprehensive assistance to Ukraine in difficult times of Russian military aggression. We also want to reaffirm our commitment to Ukraine's policy of territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders," he wrote.
Golob added that Slovenia will continue to donate humanitarian aid to Ukraine and promote post-war reconstruction.
The Croatian prime minister arrived in Kyiv this morning. The government of the country reports that he is to meet with Zelensky, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, and the head of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk.
It is noted that Plenkovic together with Moldovan President Maia Sandu, as well as the premiers of Slovakia and Slovenia will take part in the summit "Bucha - Russia's responsibility for crimes in Ukraine". A joint press conference of the politicians will follow.
The Croatian prime minister has already met with Shmyhal.
"Croatia is a state that, despite the difficult path of post-war reconstruction, has successfully fully integrated into the EU. The experience in European integration, post-war reconstruction, veteran policy, demining is extremely valuable for us. And Croatia is ready to support us in these spheres. In particular, at the level of the European Commission it prepares initiatives on assistance to Ukraine in humanitarian demining", - the Ukrainian Prime Minister noted.-
Author – Anastasiya Glotova, 31/03/2022