Joint Visits Of Presidents Of Poland And Three Baltic States to Kyiv

The presidents of three Baltic States, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, alongside the president of Poland, reportedly visited Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, to meet with president Zelenskyy, showing their ongoing support to assist Ukraine, and calling for an international investigation into Russia’s war crime.
At the news conference in Kyiv, Polish president Andrzej Duda condemned Russia’s massacre of Ukrainian civilians, saying it was “terrorism” and all participants “should be brought to justice.” Estonian President Alar Karis, who believes President Putin must lose this war otherwise “there would be no peace in Europe,” wrote on a social platform that, along with Duda, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda, and Latvian President Egils Levits, their visit to Kyiv, where has been heavily devastated following the Russian invasion, demonstrates strong support to Ukrainian people and President Zelenskyy with a practical manner.
The four visiting presidents also said they planned to propel the international community to ramp up military support for Ukraine to counter expected Russia’s massive offensive in the East. President Zelenskyy expressed his gratitude for the courage and support of the four leaders.

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