As Head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration Oleksiy Kuleba posted on Telegram, the Prime Minister of Belgium visited the mass graves of people, who had been killed and tortured by the Russians, near the St. Andrew the First-Called Church in Bucha.
He also visited the village of Borodyanka which left almost completely destroyed after the Russian occupation.
"The Prime Minister of Belgium emphasized that he admires the resilience and will of Ukrainians. I am grateful to the ally for the support and assistance to our country during the war," Kuleba said.
As reported, Prime Minister of Belgium Alexander De Croo made his first visit to Ukraine on November 26.
He discussed a wide range of issues of bilateral relations with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and signed a joint declaration of support for Ukraine's movement towards EU and NATO membership.