Sánchez promised that Spain would provide 200 tons of weapons to the war effort
In addition, the President agreed to offer the expertise of Spanish criminal experts from the Interior Ministry to assist Ukraine in the International Criminal Court action against Vladimir Putin.
“Being here gives me a clearer perspective of what is at risk and makes me more determined about the need to support Ukraine,” the president said, adding that he would return to Spain “with a testimony of hope. , rejection and outrage at the atrocities”. committed during the war.
President Sánchez also confirmed that the Spanish embassy in kyiv should reopen, although this did not happen during his visit to the Ukrainian capital.
— Pedro Sanchez (@sanchezcastejon) April 21, 2022
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