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Zelenskyy's visit to Albania, what the international media write

Zelenskyy's visit to Albania, what the international media write

The visit of the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy to Tirana within the framework of the Ukraine-Southeastern Europe Summit was also reflected in the international media.

"Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has arrived in the Albanian capital of Tirana, where he will participate in a summit with the countries of the Western Balkans and will hold bilateral meetings with their leaders" , writes The Guardian and Reuters.

France 24 refers to the help that Volodymyr Zelenskyy is seeking for Ukraine as it continues to face Russian aggression.

"Zelensky has criss-crossed the globe in recent weeks to rally support for his besieged country, as Ukraine's armed forces face a critical shortage of ammunition and struggle to contain Russia's military advances on the ground," writes France 24.

In the reporting of Zelenskyy's visit and the Summit for Ukraine, the Daily Mail describes Albania as a "former satellite state of the Soviet Union", which today has supported Ukraine by opposing Russian aggression.

"Albania, a former satellite state of the Soviet Union and now a member of NATO, has consistently supported Ukraine on the world stage. It was one of the few countries in the region that imposed sanctions against Russia, along with Serbia. Just a week after Russia began its invasion of Ukraine, Albania was one of 38 countries to call on the International Criminal Court to investigate war crimes allegedly committed by the occupying soldiers," the Daily Mail reports.

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