The Ukrainian delegation led by President Volodymyr Zelensky, after landing at Batumi International Airport, has left for the contact line between Georgia and its occupied territory – Abkhazia, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has announced on Facebook.
"Right now, immediately after landing in Batumi, the Ukrainian delegation led by the president is going to the line of contact between Georgia and its occupied territory - Abkhazia. This is a sign of Ukraine's solidarity with Georgia in its fight against external Russian aggression," Kuleba wrote.
He also said that during the Batumi conference, which will be attended by Zelensky, the Ukrainian side will talk about security in the Black Sea region and EU integration.
Zelensky is on a working visit to Georgia on July 19. He will take part in the Batumi International Conference during the visit. In addition, the Associated Trio of Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova will launch its activity at the level of heads of state. The leaders of the three countries will sign the Declaration of the Associated Trio Summit and hold a joint meeting with European Council President Charles Michel.