Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has approached Japan about delivering a virtual speech to parliament, lawmakers familiar with the matter said Wednesday, as he continues to rally international support for the defense of his country from Russia’s invasion.
The government and ruling coalition are interested in accepting the proposal and are looking to determine whether such a speech is logistically possible in parliament.
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