Sanna Marin's visit to Ukraine for Ukrainians is evidence of Finland's support. The secretary of the city council of Irpin, Angela Makeeva, conducted an excursion for the guest from Finland. Where previously there were pits from the exhumation of dead and buried Ukrainians, now the ground is leveled. But the atmosphere of thousands of painful deaths cannot be removed by the city's public services.
"We discussed issues of assistance in the restoration of our town because Irpin suffered the most damage, more than 70% of the city, and became the shield of Kyiv. Thank you for the uncompromising international position regarding the territorial integrity of Ukraine, for the introduction of tougher sanctions against Russia, for military support and assistance," Angela Makeeva.
Separately, Sanna Marin visited the Church of St. Andrew the First-Called in Bucha. It was on the territory of this temple that the second mass grave was found. Experiences from what he saw are visible in the eyes of prime minister Sanna Marin.