The Prime Ministers of the 3 NATO countries suddenly took a train to the "pot of fire" in Kiev

 

On March 15, the Polish government announced that Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala and Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa were en route to Kiev as representatives of the Council of Europe. The visit is expected to become a source of great encouragement for the administration of Ukrainian President Zelensky.

Not only are members of the European Union, Poland, Slovenia and the Czech Republic are also members of NATO.

“The visit was organized in consultation with European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The aim of the three leaders is to affirm the support of the entire EU for Ukraine," the Polish government statement said.

According to the plan, after arriving in Kiev, the prime ministers of the three countries will have a meeting with Ukrainian President Zelensky and Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has confirmed that he and the leaders of Slovenia and the Czech Republic are on their way to Kiev. The three leaders will travel to Kiev by train.

“At a time when humanity faces a tough test, it is our duty to be where history will be written. The struggle is not only for us, but also for future generations who deserve to live in a peaceful world," Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Facebook.

Since the conflict with Russia (February 24), Ukrainian President Zelensky has appeared in front of the international community many times through online connections, but this will be the first time he has met a foreign leader in person.

The visit of the three EU leaders could also dispel speculation that Mr. Zelensky has left Ukraine.

"The purpose of the visit is to confirm the support of the whole EU for Ukraine," said Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala.

The visit of the three EU leaders comes amid the escalation of hostilities in Ukraine. Russian forces are intensifying encirclement and air strikes on major Ukrainian cities, especially in Kiev.

The Russia-Ukraine conflict is said to put the EU in a difficult position when it has to show support for Kiev and at the same time avoid "displeasing" Moscow.

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