“Kyiv is completely different now compared to what it had been. This also means that we can directly support [Ukraine] and closely cooperate, having our embassy and the ambassador in the heart of the Ukrainian capital,” Kofod said on air of Danish broadcaster TV 2.
The minister arrived in Kyiv with a small delegation to attend the reopening of the embassy. At the same time, Denmark urged its nationals to “avoid any trips” to Ukraine.
On February 24, the Danish embassy in Kyiv suspended work for security reasons after Russia started its military operation.