Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky on Wednesday said he will visit Ukraine in July to show the Czech support to the war-afflicted country, meet his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba and discuss further possibilities of aid. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy delivered a video speech to both houses of the Czech parliament today. Public Czech Television (CT) and tabloid Blesk reported about Lipavsky's trip earlier. Lipavsky visited Ukraine with the foreign ministers of Slovakia and Austria in early February. Among others, the statesmen expressed support for the political independence of Ukraine.