Pedro Sánchez has returned to kyiv a year after the invasion of Russia began. The President of the Spanish Government arrived early Thursday morning by train to meet with his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodímir Zelenski, and convey Spain’s support for Ukraine, one day after one year of the start of the invasion of large Russian scale.
“I return to kyiv a year after the start of the war,” Sánchez wrote on his Twitter account. “We will be next to Ukraine and its people until peace returns to Europe,” added the president along with a video that shows him getting off the train and walking along the platform.
This is Sánchez’s second visit to Ukraine, where he was already last year. The President of the Spanish Government is the third foreign leader to visit Kiev this week, after the President of the United States, Joe Biden, and the head of the Italian Government, Giorgia Meloni, visited Kiev on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.