The prime ministers of Slovakia, Slovenia and Croatia have arrived in Ukraine for a summit meeting on the anniversary of the liberation of the Kyiv Region town of Bucha, APA reports citing Aktuality.
Prime Minister of Slovakia Eduard Heger, Minister of Defence of the Slovak Republic Jaroslav Nad, Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia Robert Golob and Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia Andrej Plenkovic went to Kyiv.
They are expected to participate in the summit to be held in connection with the anniversary of the liberation of the Ukrainian city of Bucha from occupation.
The heads of government arrived in Ukraine by train at night, and entered the country via Poland.
It should be noted that some time ago Slovak government decided to provide 13 MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine. President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in response to this step, invited the head of the government of Slovakia for an official visit to his country.