Photo: Eli Cohen, Twitter
Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen arrives in Kyiv
The minister intends to visit Bucha, Babi Yar and reopen the work of the Israeli embassy in Kyiv, which was closed due to the Russian invasion.
Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen on Thursday, February 16, arrived on a visit to Kyiv. It is reported by The Jerusalem Post.
He intends to visit Bucha, Babi Yar and reopen the work of the Israeli embassy in Kyiv, which was closed due to the Russian invasion.
The minister will also meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba and members of the Jewish community.
“I arrived today on the first visit of an Israeli minister to Kiev since the outbreak of hostilities. Over the past year, Israel stood on the side of the Ukrainian people and on the side of Ukraine. Today we will raise the Israeli flag at the Israeli embassy in Kiev, which will return to permanent activity in order to strengthen relations between countries,” the minister said.
Recall that during his visit to Ukraine, the Prime Minister of Sweden visited the settlements of the Kiev region affected by the war.
Earlier, Lithuanian Defense Minister Arvydas Anusauskas paid an unannounced visit to Ukraine.
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