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From Wednesday to Sunday, the delegation of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Riigikogu (Parliament of Estonia) was on a visit to Kyiv, Kharkiv and the frontline zone in Ukraine to express support to Ukraine and learn about the situation on the front.

Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee Marko Mihkelson said that for the last three days, they had been in the Ukrainian frontline zone. “Together with volunteers, we have met with several brigades, commanders and fighters to better understand what is happening on the Ukrainian front at the moment and to give them a clear message that they are not fighting alone, they are also fighting for us.”

In Kyiv, the Estonian delegation met with the representatives of the Committee on Foreign Policy of the Verkhovna Rada and the Ukraine-Estonia Parliamentary Friendship Group, as well as with General Director of the Government Office for the Coordination of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Oleksandr Ilkov and Deputy Chairman of the Committee on National Security, Defence and Intelligence of the Verkhovna Rada Yehor Cherniev.

From Thursday, the Foreign Affairs Committee was in the frontline zone, where it joined 1Team1Fight volunteers for three days to help them deliver aid to frontline units and to get information about the situation in the region of Kupiansk, Lyman, Bakhmut and Avdiivka. The delegation of the Foreign Affairs Committee also presented the 12th Brigade with an observation drone.

Besides the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, the delegation of the Foreign Affairs Committee included Deputy Chairman of the Committee Henn Põlluaas and members of the Committee Eerik-Niiles Kross and Luisa Rõivas.

Photo: The delegation of the Foreign Affairs Committee presented the 12th Brigade with an observation drone. Photo: Chancellery of the Riigikogu

Riigikogu Press Service
Maris Meiessaar
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