World: Spanish and Danish Premiers Pedro Sanchez and Mette Frederiksen arrived in the capital city of Ukraine, Kyiv, on Thursday to hold discussions with Ukrainian Counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy regarding the ongoing war.
As per the sources, both Prime Ministers are ready to meet with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, later in the day.
According to the Danish Prime Ministry, the premiers will interact and discuss how to further support Ukraine and the prosecution of “war crimes and human rights violations.”
“Ukraine and its people have the support, solidarity and commitment of Spain,” wrote Sanchez on Twitter upon his arrival in Ukraine.
Moreover, this is the first time when the leader of Scandanavian or southern European has paid a visit to Ukraine since the war erupted in late February.
Sanchez also interacted with the famous chef of Spain, Jose Andres, whose NGO World Central Kitchen is serving hot meals throughout the war-torn nation.
Furthermore, many workers of the organisations have been wounded in the shelling in Yaposhka and Kharkiv.
“The support of Pedro Sanchez and Spain for the people of Ukraine and their president in their fight for freedom and democracy is tremendously vital,” Andres wrote on Twitter.
According to Zelenskyy, the Spanish and Danish prime ministers are also visiting Borodyanka, where Russian soldiers have left behind a scene “extremely more dreadful” than in nearby Bucha.
“Our humanity was shattered in Bucha,” European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen said earlier this month after visiting mass graves in the city with EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell.