Ukrainian President Volodymyr will address Romania’s Parliament next week to win over public support for his country after the Russia invasion.
Senate chairman Florin Cîțu made the announcement on Twitter Wednesday after talks with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.
“ I will arrange for this to happen next week. “said Mr Citu who’s also a former prime minister.
”Ukraine has my full support! Thanks, Denys!”
The Ukrainian president has waged an information war in Western capitals with the aim of getting public opinion on his side.
He’s addressed 10 parliaments in two weeks_ including the UK, Italy, France, Germany, the US, Japan and Canada_ receiving standing ovations everywhere.
He speaks live by video link from besieged Kyiv, wearing a khaki-colored t-shirt and sporting several days of stubble. He sometimes signs off with a clenched fist salute.
He disappears as applause rings out.
Romania shares a 615-kilometer-long border with Ukraine. More than half a million Ukrainian refugees have arrived in Romania since the unprovoked war began.