Not all 27 European Union foreign ministers are present in Kyiv, despite an earlier statement by the bloc's foreign policy chief outlining plans for their "historic" meeting in the Ukrainian capital Monday, CNN understands.
CNN is working to confirm how many foreign ministers have traveled to Kyiv.
Several foreign ministers have already made on-camera addresses on the sidelines of the meeting, including those from Bulgaria, Romania, the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Italy, Croatia and France.
In a series of posts on X, formerly Twitter, Borrell said earlier the event in Kyiv would be the "first ever meeting of all 27 Member States outside the EU."
"We are convening a historic meeting of EU Foreign Ministers here in Ukraine, candidate country and future member of the EU," Borrell said. "We are here to express our solidarity and support to the Ukrainian people."