Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Roman Mashovets held a meeting with the ambassadors and defense attachés of the French Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of Spain and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Roman Mashovets thanked the representatives of the partner countries for the help that Ukraine receives during the full-scale invasion of Russia. He noted that the situation in some parts of the front remains difficult, and the enemy continues to attack Ukraine's energy infrastructure.
"I thank you for helping us, for standing up for our interests in this difficult hour, for supporting us in the international arena," said the Deputy Head of the President's Office.
During the meeting, information was heard about the situation on the frontline and measures to repel Russian armed aggression. The parties also discussed the specific needs of the defense forces of Ukraine, in particular in the provision of weapons and ammunition.
The participants of the meeting considered measures to strengthen protection against enemy airstrikes.
The diplomats were also informed about the general situation near the state borders of Ukraine given Russia's aggressive actions. It was emphasized that the Russian Federation is increasing its military contingent on the territory of Belarus and increasing the supply of equipment and weapons to this country. Mobilized Russian servicemen undergo training in Belarus with the aim of engaging in hostilities on the territory of Ukraine.
Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak, who joined the meeting, thanked the ambassadors of foreign states for the support their countries provide to Ukraine in protecting sovereignty and territorial integrity.