Biden, a university professor, will also spend time in Bucharest with teachers who help educate homeless Ukrainian children and assist with their education while they adjust to their new environment.
On Saturday evening, Biden will travel to Bratislava, Slovakia, where she will meet with US Embassy staff before departing the next day for Kosice and Vesny Nemeki, Slovakia, to meet with Ukrainian refugees. Biden will also welcome local Slovaks who have opened their homes to families from Ukraine seeking asylum. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, more than 350,000 Ukrainians have fled to Slovakia.
Biden concludes her trip on Monday, May 9, with a meeting with members of the Slovak government before leaving for the United States.