36 diplomatic missions of other states have already resumed work in the capital of Ukraine
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy said this in video messageaccording to Ukrinform.
“Thank you for the resumption of the work of embassies in our capital. This is an important gesture confirming Europe’s confidence in the future of Ukraine. In total, 36 foreign missions are already working in the capital,” Zelensky said.
According to him, today was a difficult day. The President continued to address foreign parliaments, those countries and peoples whose support is important, especially now.
Thus, in an address to the Slovak Parliament, Zelensky thanked for the powerful defensive, sanctions and other support. He explained his view on why energy cooperation with Russia cannot be considered in isolation from its aggressive policy. And on the Ukrainian example, recalling the history of the so-called gas friendship with the Russian Federation, he showed what mistakes should be avoided.
Addressing the Maltese Parliament, the President recalled the heroic battle for Malta in World War II, which is very similar to the current struggle of Ukrainians in the war for independence and freedom against Russia.
“We are doing everything so that even now the confrontation on our land ends just like that. And this requires adherence to principles in support, in sanctions. Including from Malta,” the head of state noted.
Tuesday Zelensky held talks in Kyiv with the foreign ministers of Germany and the Netherlands. They talked about the strengthening of Ukraine, about the speedy end of the war. We also discussed the details of how these countries can join the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine.
On February 24, Russian President Putin announced a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Russian troops are destroying infrastructure facilities, residential areas of Ukrainian cities and towns using artillery, multiple launch rocket systems and ballistic missiles.
The United States, the European Union and other countries have applied sanctions against Russia as an aggressor country whose international isolation is growing day by day.