President Volodymyr Zelenskyy may soon visit several Western European capitals to urge them to increase their aid for Ukraine amid the slowdown in US funding, Bloomberg has learned.
Details: Bloomberg’s sources said Zelenskyy’s visits to the European capitals may take place as he attends the Munich Security Conference on 16-18 February.
Among the cities Zelenskyy may visit are Paris and Berlin; the possibility of a visit to London is also being discussed.
Bloomberg’s sources added that Zelenskyy plans to focus on military aid and signing security guarantee agreements.
The president’s visits are never announced in advance for security reasons, and there has been no official confirmation from any of the countries concerned.
Background: There were media reports last week that Zelenskyy is expected to make his third visit to Germany since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale aggression.
According to Tagesspiegel, Zelenskyy plans to attend the Munich Security Conference, which will be held on 16-18 February.