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Poland and EU leaders traveling to Kyiv meet with Zelensky

The leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovenia will travel to Kyiv on Tuesday as part of a European Union mission to show their support for Ukraine.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy told Russian troops in an online video on Tuesday that they could surrender and would be treated “decently”.

“Europe must guarantee Ukraine’s independence and make sure it is ready to help rebuild Ukraine,” Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in a tweet announcing the trip on Tuesday.

Talks between the Ukrainian and Russian delegations were to resume via teleconference on Tuesday, the president said. The talks were halted on Monday for a “technical break”, according to one of Zelenskyy’s advisers. The previous three rounds of talks held in Belarus have shown little progress, but both sides have expressed optimism ahead of talks this week.

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