Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmygal said meeting would send ‘a strong signal’ to Russia
War in Ukraine marks one year on February 24
THE Ukraine announced this Tuesday, the 31st, the holding of a summit meeting with the European Union (EU) next Friday, 3, in Kiev. The revelation was made by the Ukrainian Prime Minister, Denys Shmygal. In a speech, he said that the meeting will send “a strong signal” to the Russia. “The fact that the summit will be held in Kiev is a strong signal to both our allies and our enemies,” he said, without giving further details of the meeting. The Russian invasion in the European country will complete one year on the next 24th. The president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, said he expects a high “level of cooperation and progress” with the 27-nation bloc. In addition to announcing the summit with the EU, the Ukrainian government said it would receive between 120 and 140 tanks from Western allies.
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