Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelensky has spoken to many parliaments around the world. And now it is Denmark’s turn – on March 29.
“The president will give an orientation regarding the situation in Ukraine and thank the Danish people for the support that has been shown for his country,” the Danish Parliament said in a statement.
Given that the situation may change rapidly in Ukraine, the event might be postponed or cancelled at short notice.
Talking to everyone who will listen
Just a week after the start of the conflict, on March 1, President Zelensky had already spoken to MEPs in the European Parliament.
Since that day, he has addressed the US Congress, as well as British, Canadian and German lawmakers –among others.
On Wednesday, Zelensky spoke to the French National Assembly, and on Thursday he addressed an extraordinary NATO summit. He also talked to the Swedish Parliament this morning.