One of the pressing issues is security guarantees for Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky may go on a working trip to Western Europe this week.
As Bloomberg writes, citing people familiar with the situation, the head of state may take part in the Munich Security Conference. As part of the trip, Zelensky will also visit Paris and Berlin. It is noted that these plans have not yet been confirmed.
The interlocutor told reporters that one of the purposes of the trip could be to speed up military assistance to the Ukrainian army. The president will also insist on negotiations on security guarantees for Ukraine.
Representatives of the governments of France and Germany declined to comment on this information. The Ukrainian President’s office does not comment on his travel schedule for security reasons.
Security guarantees for Ukraine: what is known
Let us recall that at the summer summit in Vilnius, the leaders of the G7 countries signed a declaration on security guarantees for Ukraine.
In January, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak came to Ukraine and signed the first security cooperation agreement with Zelensky.
After this, French President Emmanuel Macron announced that he would arrive in Ukraine in February to complete the bilateral agreement.