War in Ukraine: Sirens rang in Kyiv – Dendias takes refuge

Sirens sounded during the visit of Nikos Dendias to Kyiv, when he was at the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to meet with his counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba.
The Greek foreign minister who had a private meeting with Koulebas was safely taken to a shelter in the Ukrainian capital.
Before going to the office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Mr. Dendias walked in the city of Kyiv.
“Welcome to Kyiv, we finally meet here,” said the Ukrainian Foreign Minister to his Greek counterpart, with the latter replying: “I saw you yesterday on the screen, today in person.”
Kuleba then referred to Monday’s rocket attacks, saying: “I woke up and literally heard something like it was vibrating. On Monday there were these airstrikes from 08:00 to 09:00.”
The Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, speaking about the course of the war, said for his part: “there is a feeling that you are doing well”.
The red flowers
At one point, the two foreign ministers left red flowers on the wall with the pictures of the soldiers who died in the war.


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