Negotiations of Zelenskyy With Trudeau, Biden and Duda

by Meifan Honcharuk
Sunday, June 26, 2023
Negotiations of Zelenskyy With Trudeau, Biden and Duda

On June 25, several conversations between the leaders of states took place on the situation in Ukraine

In his Telegram channel, Volodymyr Zelenskyy told details after negotiations with the prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau. First of all, the president thanked Trudeau and his people for the humanitarian and military support that he and his people provide to Ukraine. Zelenskyy gave Trudeau the latest news from the military front and spoke about the growing threat of a Russian nuclear attack at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

"The world's insufficient reaction to Russia's blowing up of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant dam and the attempt to blow up the dam at the Kryvyi Rih reservoir allows the occupiers to prepare a terrorist attack with radiation leakage at the ZNPP," Zelenskyy.

The president insists that at the NATO summit in Vilnius, the alliance members must make a solid and unambiguous statement that Russia will hear and heed.

Negotiations with Joseph Biden. Zelenskyy described this dialogue as "positive and inspiring." Zelenskyy told Biden the news from the military front in Ukraine and added that "the world must put pressure on Russia until the international order is restored." The president thanked his American colleague for his unrelenting support for the Patriots and Jet coalition participation as part of the program to protect the skies over Ukrainians. The parties discussed issues and opportunities in the field of transferring long-range shells to Ukraine. The final topic was support for the Peace formula and preparations for the NATO Vilnius summit.

Dialogue with Andrzej Duda. The presidents discussed the situation in eastern and southern Ukraine and the growing Russian nuclear blackmail. The parties discussed their positions before the NATO summit, which will be held in 15 days. At this summit, Ukraine expects clear answers to its questions and progress on the 2018 NATO-Ukraine agreement.

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