President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky believes that currently, it is too soon to talk about possible delivery of the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system to his country. The official said so in a commentary for Dim TV channel, as he participates in the 76th session of the UN General Assembly.
"It's not the final result yet; as we see it, the final one will be observed when it comes to certain action. It's not going to happen immediately; nevertheless, I think you already heard certain signs about anti-missile support for Ukraine - and our missile program - in the media. I mean, it is too soon to talk about the Iron Dome but still, you heard these signals and messages from the USA", Zelensky said.
He said he'd hoped that his travel to the USA would bring some "serious" fruit.
The Ukrainian leader arrived in New York on September 20 in order to participate in the work of the Assembly. He is supposed to negotiate with the leaders of other countries and representatives of international organizations. Zelensky will also meet with businessmen, investors and representatives of the Ukrainian society in the U.S.