It is not in vain that Ukraine has been urging Olaf Scholz to come to Kyiv for so many months. After a recent visit to the suburbs of Kyiv — Bucha, and Irpin, the German chancellor was more imbued with the sacrifices that Ukraine brings to the altar of European values.
"Some things there remind not just me of the pictures of German cities after World War II," Olaf Scholz.
According to AP News, Olaf Scholz decided to discuss the outline of a plan for the reconstruction of Ukraine after the war.
In his speech to the German parliament, Scholz expressed the opinion that "rebuilding Ukraine will be a task for generations." But our generation will lay the foundation for this: those who will survive this war. According to Olaf Scholz, the main issue in the G7 debate will be exactly what the Ukrainian Marshall plan will be.
"One thing is really decisive — we must agree... what such a Marshall plan for Ukraine can look like. How do we coordinate it internationally; how we decide together in the future what investments advance Ukraine fastest on its European path," the chancellor.
At the end of May, the United States announced its readiness to develop and implement the Marshall plan for Ukraine. Same as the granting of Lend-lease, this is evidence that the United States is confident in the victory of Ukraine.