The prime ministers of Albania and Montenegro visited Kyiv on Wednesday to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and show their sympathy and support to the Ukrainian people.
The pair visited Borodyanka and Irpin to view the destruction and learn from local officials about the atrocities committed by Russian forces, before they pulled back.
Prime Ministers Edi Rama of Albania and Dritan Abazović of Montenegro then met with Zelenskyy and senior Ukrainian officials in Kyiv.
Rama and Abazović were the first Western Balkan leaders to travel to Kyiv since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began on February 24.
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