This visit is taking place against the backdrop of dramatic changes on the frontline, where the Armed Forces of Ukraine are carrying out an effective counteroffensive in the East and South, and the frequency of Russian missile attacks has significantly decreased, while the effectiveness of their interception in the areas remote from the frontline has increased.Traditionally, the President’s program is not made public until its completion.As reported, on Friday, after a meeting with Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Egils Levits called for the start of negotiations on Ukraine’s accession to the EU. He also took part in the unveiling ceremony of plaques dedicated to several Western leaders, including him, on the Alley of Courage in Kyiv. On April 13, Egils Levits already visited Kyiv, becoming one of the first Western leaders to arrive in the capital of Ukraine.