Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod said that Denmark plans to continue supporting Ukraine in all areas, from the issue of sanctions against Russia to the reconstruction of the country after the war. He said this at a press conference in Kyiv along with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmitry Kuleba.
"We must prepare tougher sanctions against Russia, continue to supply aid for Ukraine, including necessary weapons, and continue the process of collecting evidence (of war crimes) and bringing those responsible to justice," Kofod said.
He added that Denmark is ready to join in rebuilding the country after the war, particularly Mykolayiv, and added that concrete practical assistance is already flowing to Ukraine.
The minister noted that Denmark has already provided more than 200 million euros in aid to Ukraine, including weapons.
"We are determined to continue aid and support Ukraine... This is an illegal war of aggression that has caused great distress to Ukrainians. And we should all thank you for fighting for the freedom of Ukraine and also the freedom of the whole of Europe, for a rule-based order," the Danish foreign minister added.