Zelensky Thanks the Czech Republic for Security and Humanitarian Assistance

The President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, thanked the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Petr Fiala, on Tuesday for his support in the framework of the Russian invasion.

Through his account on the social network Twitter, Zelensky highlighted to Fiala the security and humanitarian assistance provided to Ukraine, which he described as “significant”.

Petr Fiala was one of three EU heads of government to visit besieged Kyiv personally earlier in March.

Similarly, he has highlighted the “exceptional treatment” of Ukrainians who have found “temporary” reception in the Czech Republic. “We really appreciate it,” he added.

He has also briefed Romanian President Klaus Iohannis on the ongoing fight against the Russian invasion and on war crimes allegedly committed by Russian forces against civilians.

In addition, they have discussed the possibility of expanding the support that Romania has provided to the Ukrainians.

Zelensky has also had a phone conversation with South Korean President-elect Yoon Suk Yeol. The Ukrainian president has thanked South Korea for its support for Kyiv and wished him “success” in his mandate.

Likewise, he has been “convinced” that there will be a “more fruitful cooperation” between Kyiv and Seoul.

Here you can find the whole speech.

The Czech Republic has provided visas to 236,585 Ukrainian refugees, according to Interior Ministry data released on Monday morning.

Since Russia attacked Ukraine in late February over 128,000 Ukrainians have registered with the Czech migration police.

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