During an unannounced visit from its foreign minister, Denmark announces the opening of its embassy in Kiev

Denmark announced on Monday the reopening of its embassy in Kiev, in a gesture of support for Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion, during an unannounced visit by Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod.

“The reopening of the doors of the Danish embassy today is a strong gesture that symbolizes support for Ukraine and its people,” said the minister. in a statement released by his ministry.

The embassy was temporarily closed due to the security situation, and diplomats left after establishing a temporary representation in Lviv, western Ukraine, Copenhagen announced on February 24.

The visit of the Danish minister had not been announced in advance, and came after the visit of other Western political figures.

On April 21, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visited Kiev, in coincidence with the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. He announced further military aid to Ukraine of 600 million crowns (80.6 million euros), bringing the total of this assistance to one billion crowns.

The Danish embassy, ​​which is the first for a Nordic country, will reopen its doors, with a limited number of employees, to gradually return to its normal work.

On April 22, according to the Spanish government, Spain reopened its embassy in Kiev after closing it in following the Russian attack on Ukraine.

And a press release from the Spanish Interior Ministry stated that “at 14:00 local time (13:00 Spanish time), the consular mission led by the Spanish ambassador in Ukraine Silvia Cortes reopened the Spanish embassy in Kiev “with the support of the special police forces.

Madrid evacuated its ambassador and the diplomatic staff of its embassy from the Ukrainian capital in Poland, in the wake of the Russian attack on Ukraine on February 24.

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