Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Geger, Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob and Croatian Prime Minister Andriy Plenkovic arrived in Ukraine for a visit on the anniversary of Buchi's release and will take part in a summit devoted to this event.
The head of the Slovak government arrived in Ukraine together with the head of the Ministry of Defense Yaroslav Nadem, writes the Slovak publication Aktuality. Slovak officials arrived in Kyiv by night train from Poland.
Recently, the Slovak government decided to provide Ukraine with 13 MIG-29 fighters. In response to this step, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy decided to invite the Prime Minister of Slovakia for an official visit, the publication emphasizes.
In addition, Prime Minister of Slovenia Robert Golob started a one-day working visit to Ukraine on Friday morning.
"We want to demonstrate our political support in light of Slovenia's comprehensive assistance to Ukraine during the difficult times of Russian military aggression. We also want to confirm our commitment to the policy of Ukraine's territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders," said Golob upon his arrival.
In addition, Croatian Prime Minister Andrii Plenkovich arrived in Kyiv. The Croatian government announced the participation of the prime minister in the summit on the occasion of the liberation of Buchi from the Russian occupation.
According to information, Plenkovich, together with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi, the President of Moldova Maya Sandu, whose arrival has not yet been announced, the Prime Minister of Slovakia Geger and the Prime Minister of Slovenia Golob, will take part in the summit "Bucha - Russia's responsibility for crimes in Ukraine".
Information about the summit was public, the visits of foreign leaders were not announced.