Zelensky, Biden will meet on Aug 31 – Kuleba

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and U.S. President Joe Biden will meet on August 31, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said.

He said that…the format of the presidents’ meeting had been expanded and would now include not only a meeting between delegations but also a one-on-one meeting.


Biden, Zelensky to meet on Aug 31 – Kuleba

According to him, the head of the Ukrainian state will begin a visit to the United States at the invitation of the President of the United States on August 30 and will visit not only the capital of Washington, but also the state of California.

“The agenda will include a number of important events in Washington DC and the state of California. These are two basic points for the president’s visit. No president of Ukraine has been so far in the United States before, never visited another U.S. coast in the Pacific Ocean, although it is the state of California where the largest IT companies, high-tech space industry is located, and this is exactly where Ukraine has strong trump cards,” he said.


Ukraine’s integration into EU, NATO is dominant vector of foreign policy according to citizens – Rating poll

European and Euro-Atlantic integration is the dominant foreign policy vector in Ukraine – these are the results of the sociological survey entitled “Generation of independence: values and incentives” conducted by the Rating sociological group and presented at a press conference at the Interfax-Ukraine agency on Thursday.


Forty-four countries and organizations: full list of Crimea Platform participants announced

“On August 23, 44 countries and international organizations, including 14 heads of state, government, and the European Union, will become the founders of the Crimea Platform [to drive Russia and its Black Sea Fleet out of Crimea],” Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba said at an online briefing on Thursday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

In particular, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Moldova, Slovenia, and Finland will be represented at the level of presidents. The President of the European Council will also take part in the Crimea Platform.