Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer will arrive in Kyiv on Saturday and meet with Ukraine's top political leadership, Der Standard reported.
According to the newspaper, Nehammer plans to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Kyiv mayor Vitaliy Klitschko and Prime Minister Denis Shmygal.
It is also reported that the chancellor intends to travel to Bucha, which has been liberated from Russian invaders.
Nehammer reportedly flew to Poland on Friday evening, from where the delegation and media representatives are scheduled to depart by overnight train from Peremyshl. He is scheduled to arrive in Kyiv on Saturday morning.
The purpose of the visit is "to continue to provide Ukraine with as much humanitarian and political support as possible," Nehammer's office said in advance of the mission.
"It is important that as part of our neutrality we support Ukraine on both humanitarian and political levels. My visit to Kyiv and Bucha at the invitation of President Zelensky also demonstrates our solidarity with Ukraine. What is happening in Ukraine, and in many Ukrainian cities in particular, is a terrible war of aggression against civilians," the chancellor said.
Earlier, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, EU High Representative Josep Borrell and Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger visited Bucha, which has been liberated from the fascist occupiers.