Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki and President of Latvia Egils Levits visited Kyiv.
This was reported by the Twitter account of the Office of the Prime Minister of Poland.
During his visit, the Prime Minister and the leader of Latvia met with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
"Today I am in Kyiv to assure Zelenskiy that Latvia will continue to provide strong support to Ukraine until victory in this war. Latvia is your protector. Latvia will help in the reconstruction work. Glory to Ukraine!" - writes the president of Latvia.
Moravetsky, for his part, congratulated the Ukrainian military on the successful offensive and wished that it would be a signal for the final victory.
According to the prime minister, Russia's victory would mean a defeat not only for Ukraine, but also for Europe, as well as for its values.
"Sanctions against Russia are becoming more and more painful for their economy. Russia uses economic tools as a gun that is held to the head of many EU countries, and in Ukraine it is a rifle held to the body," said the Polish Prime Minister.
Moravetskyi added that during the meeting with Zelenskiy, they raised the following issues:
creation of a compatible hub for training and equipment repair;
supply of weapons;
organizations of financial aid.