Chicago: Mayor Brandon Johnson Meets with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal
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CHICAGO ~ Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson warmly greeted Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and his delegation today as they arrived in the city. The meeting, held at City Hall, was also attended by Special Representative for Ukraine's Economic Recovery Penny Pritzker. The focus of the meeting was on Chicago's large Ukrainian community, which is one of the largest in the United States.

During the meeting, Mayor Johnson emphasized Chicago's unwavering support for Ukraine. He specifically highlighted the city's welcoming of tens of thousands of displaced Ukrainians since the Russian invasion in 2022. The mayor expressed his pride in Chicago's vibrant and supportive Ukrainian community and reaffirmed their solidarity with Ukraine.

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Mayor Johnson also pointed out the strong ties between Chicago and Kyiv through their sister city relationship. He stated that this partnership exemplifies their commitment to collaboration and support, not only during these challenging times but also throughout Ukraine's ongoing rebuilding efforts.

The visit by Prime Minister Shmyhal and his delegation serves as a testament to the enduring friendship between Chicago and Ukraine. It also highlights the city's dedication to standing by its Ukrainian community and supporting their home country in any way possible.

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