Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on Monday during a trip to Mykolaiv.
The leaders of Ukraine and Denmark visited the hospital, where they met soldiers injured during the Russian invasion.
“It is important that our soldiers can undergo not only physical, but also psychological rehabilitation,” Zelensky wrote on Telegram. – I am grateful to all medical workers who care about the health of our defenders. I wish them a speedy recovery!”
The Ukrainian president’s office did not provide details of his conversations with Frederiksen.
Earlier this month, the Danish Ministry of Defense announced that Denmark would transfer 19 French-made CAESAR howitzers to Ukraine.
While in the Mykolaiv region, which has been frequently attacked by Russian forces since the invasion 11 months ago, Zelenskyy said he met with local officials.
“The region is heroically resisting all terrorist attacks. During the visit, I held a meeting on the current situation in the region,” the Ukrainian President said. “We discussed the operational situation in southern Ukraine, the consequences of missiles (Russian attacks) and Russian drone attacks.”
During the talks, the state of the region’s energy infrastructure and the region’s long-term recovery were also discussed, Zelenskyy explained.
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