On June 15, the prime minister of Montenegro Dritan Abazovich and prime minister of Albania Edi Rama arrived in Kyiv and went to the cities of Borodyanka and Irpin destroyed by the Russian army. The prime ministers could witness with their own eyes the crimes committed by the Russians on the territory of Ukrainian cities.
"We sympathize with Ukraine in connection with the many human losses, suffering, and destruction that have been going on for months," wrote Dritan Abazovich on Facebook.
Now the prime ministers have already arrived for a meeting with the president of Ukraine. Perhaps, one of the topics of discussion is the provision of military assistance to Ukraine.
It is known that the prime minister of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovachevsky also planned to be in Ukraine today, but due to urgent state affairs he could not come.