Bloomberg said that the Ukrainian head of state will go to the capital of Germany, France and the UK.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will soon visit Paris and Berlin to ask for more military support amid US funding problems. The Bloomberg news agency reported this on Monday, February 12, citing its sources.
The Ukrainian head of state plans to attend the 60th Munich Security Conference, which will be held from February 16 to 18 under the slogan “Towards Peace through Dialogue.”
The media noted that the President of Ukraine in his evening video message confirmed that he is preparing for a conference in Munich.
Let’s note that, according to Zelensky, “Ukraine will show its vision this year. And in many ways, a decisive year – those prospects that we all have, all free countries, that certainly should not be lost.”
As part of this trip, the Ukrainian president will, in particular, visit the French and German capitals.
Bloomberg reached out to the French and German governments, but they declined to comment. The Office of the President of Ukraine also did not comment on his travel schedule for security reasons.
A meeting in London is also currently being discussed. However, the Ukrainian government is mainly focused on countries that have not yet signed “security guarantees” with Ukraine.
As we wrote earlier, the US Senate has started a debate on aid to allies, in particular Ukraine.
In addition, US senators on Sunday, February 11, approached the final vote on a bill to finance aid to allies, particularly Ukraine.
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