By Imran Khan • 19 February 2023 • 14:33
Italy´s prime minister Meloni to meet Ukrainian president Zelensky.
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Italian prime minister Meloni will be travelling to Kyiv to meet president Zelensky, as per Reuters.
Meloni, who has been a strong supporter of Ukraine, has stated that she intends to visit the country before the first anniversary of the Russian invasion on February 24.
Her visit comes at a time when there has been friction due to differences in opinions about the Ukrainian war, within her ruling coalition.
In a recent statement by Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian prime minister said that “he would not seek a meeting with Zelenskiy if he were still head of government”, as he puts the blame of the war on the Ukrainian President. Berlusconi’s party Forza Italia is a part of Meloni´s coalition government.
Meanwhile, Antonio Tajani, Italy´s foreign minister said that he has assured Ukraine foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba of support from Italy, during the sidelines of the Group Seven meeting in Munich.
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