On Friday, the prime ministers of three countries arrived in Ukraine: Croatia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. They will take part in a summit on the occasion of the de-occupation of Bucha, a satellite town of Kyiv that survived the occupation and atrocities of the Russian military.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has already met with his Ukrainian counterpart, Denys Shmyhal.
"Croatia is a country that, despite the difficult path of post-war recovery, has successfully integrated fully into the EU. For us, the experience in European integration, post-war recovery, veteran policy, and demining is extremely valuable. And Croatia is ready to provide support in these areas. In particular, it is preparing initiatives at the European Commission level to assist Ukraine in humanitarian demining," Shmyhal said on Telegram.
Plenkovic, his Slovak counterpart Eduard Heger, and his Slovenian counterpart Robert Holob will participate in a summit on the occasion of the de-occupation of Bucha.
Plenkovich and Heger have already visited Ukraine during the full-scale war, while for Holob it is his first trip.