Zelenskyy arrives in Brussels for Ramstein meeting
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has arrived in Belgium on Wednesday, October 11, to attend the Ramstein meeting. During this visit, he is scheduled to engage in a series of important discussions
Zelenskyy shared this information via Telegram.
As part of his itinerary, Zelenskyy will visit NATO headquarters, a significant move to ensure Ukraine's stability during the upcoming winter season.
He mentioned, "I will be meeting with Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of NATO, and Lloyd Austin, the US Secretary of Defense."
This marks Zelenskyy's first in-person participation in a Ramstein format meeting, where he is set to address the defense ministers of the member countries of this robust coalition.
He highlighted, "I'm returning to Brussels for the second time since the start of the full-scale war to engage in negotiations with Prime Minister Alexander De Croo of Belgium. Our shared objective is safeguarding freedom and our people."
- Before arriving in Brussels, Volodymyr Zelenskyy had an official visit to Bucharest on October 10, where he met with Romania's President, Klaus Iohannis. During their discussions, a crucial decision regarding pilot training for the F-16 aircraft was reached.