Foreign media report that Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky plans to go on a tour of the capitals of Western Europe. Amid delays in financial assistance from the United States, the head of state wants to strengthen support for the country from European states.
The President of Ukraine plans to visit the capitals of Western European countries during the Munich Security Conference, meeting with the leaders of these states. In particular, Zelensky may come to Berlin and Paris, NBN reports with reference to Bloomberg.
Journalists write that for security reasons the police department does not comment on the guarantor’s travel schedule and refused to report anything on this issue and representatives of the governments of Germany and France.
Sources told the publication that the Ukrainian leader’s plans for a tour of Europe have not yet been confirmed, but it is expected that he will take part in the Munich conference.
One of Media interlocutors said that Zelensky wants to strengthen support for the country from European countries amid delays in the release of financial assistance from the United States and a reduction in the supply of shells. It is possible that the guarantor will insist on signing agreements on security guarantees for Ukraine.
Earlier, the American publication announced Zelensky’s increased responsibility for any failures at the front after the appointment of a new commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.