The wife of the head of state spoke about the country’s needs in education, medicine and protection.
The First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska arrived in Strasbourg, where she met with the President of the European Parliament Roberta Mezola. He wrote about it on Telegram.
“We are with you in good times and in bad times. We will never leave you.” European Parliament President Roberta Mezola said this when she was one of the first foreign officials to visit Ukraine in April. It was during the liberation of the Kyiv region, the terrible discoveries in Bucha and Irpen, where the invaders left behind hundreds of tortured people,” said Zelenskaya.
The First Lady told Metsola how Ukraine is recovering and liberating its territories.
“I think this visit will also be symbolic: if Ukraine’s candidacy for the EU was discussed only in the spring, now we have such a status and by the end of the year we will implement the recommendations necessary for further steps towards the ascent. I want to leave the difficult times and bring the good times as soon as possible which our guest talked about,” summed up Zelenskaya.
It is noteworthy that the meeting was also attended by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. She supported our country in the war with Russia, wearing a blouse and jacket in the colors of the Ukrainian flag. In addition, the officer completed his image with a blue and yellow ribbon.
Elena Zelenskaya and Roberta Metzola
Recall that Zelenskaya previously told the story of nine-year-old Ukrainian Sasha Filipchuk, who lost an arm and barely survived Bucha.
The first lady addressed the people of the UK
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