On January 11, the heads of four European capitals - Warsaw (Poland), Prague (Czech Republic), Bratislava (Slovakia) and Budapest (Hungary) - came to Kyiv on a working visit.

This is evidenced by a photo of the heads of European capitals on Twitter by the mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Tszaskowski.

Rafal Tshaskovsky wrote that he and his colleagues are on the way to free Kyiv - the capital of proud, free Ukraine.

"The Pact of Free Cities is coming to the free and proud city of Kyiv. In the heart of free and proud Ukraine," wrote the mayor of Warsaw and added the hashtag "Together with Ukraine."

#PactOfFreeCities arriving at the free and proud city of Kyiv.

In the heart of free and proud Ukraine.

Pakt Wolnych Miast w drodze do wolnego, dumnego Kijowa.

Stolicy dumnej, wolnej Ukrainy.

#StandWithUkraine @Vitaliy_Klychko @matusvallo @bpkaracsonyg @ZdenekHrib pic.twitter.com/oEbgXghu2n

— Rafał Trzaskowski (@trzaskowski_) January 11, 2023

The mayor of Budapest, Gergel Korachon, added in his account that they spent 17 hours on the road to Kyiv.

They traveled by train.

According to him, he came to Kyiv at the invitation of the mayor Vitaliy Klitschko.

Korachon also announced a press conference in the capital.

"Together with the mayor of Prague, the mayor of Bratislava and the mayor of Warsaw, we spent 17 hours on the train to get to Kyiv as a PactofFreeCities V4 delegation," the post reads. 

By the way, the last time Rafal Tshaskovsky was in Kyiv shortly before the full-scale attack of the Russian Federation - on February 15, 2022.

We will remind that in the meantime

 the presidents of Poland and Lithuania came to Lviv to meet with Zelenskyi.

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