The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine is working on a number of foreign visits that President Volodymyr Zelensky could take.
This was announced by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba, who spoke on the air of the national telethon.
The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs recalled that the President, speaking in December at the conference of Ukrainian ambassadors, clearly said that his foreign visits would be possible under two conditions: 1) that he will bring specific results for Ukraine; 2) that this will be possible from the point of view of the current situation at the front
“Guided by these two criteria, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is working on some of the President’s visits, but when and where they will take place, you will find out from the President himself and from his Office,” Kuleba emphasized.
President Zelensky made late December his first and so far last visit to the USA since the full-scale invasion. Then the head of state met with President Joe Biden and spoke before Congress.