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The new President of the Czech Republic is planning a visit to Kyiv

One of Ukraine’s main European allies is led not only by a politician who supports it, but also by a former chairman of NATO’s military committee.

The newly elected President of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, and the President of Slovakia, Zuzana Chaputova, intend to visit Ukraine. Pravda.sk writes about this on Saturday, February 28.

The report says Pavel will call Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on January 29 with a proposal to pay a joint visit to Chaputova.

The leader of Slovakia also positively considers this possibility.

The exact date of the visit has not yet been announced.

Petr Pavel is known to have said that the Czech Republic will remain pro-Western, maintain its strategic ties with the EU and NATO, and remain on Ukraine’s side. He also emphasized that the war in Ukraine is a war that also concerns the Czech Republic, because it is a war for the future of international relations, for the future of a safe Europe.

It will be recalled that the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, congratulated the new President of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, on his convincing victory in the elections and expressed hope for continued cooperation.

Voting in the Czech Republic lasted two days – January 27 and 28.

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Source: korrespondent

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