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Zelensky and Trump to sign series of documents at meeting in Warsaw, - Deputy Foreign Minister

The Foreign Ministry is involved in the process of preparing the meeting in Warsaw, which should be held in late August and early September
11:31, 22 August 2019
 
In late August and early September, a meeting between President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and President of the United States of America Donald Trump will be held in Warsaw. A number of documents will be signed during it, announced the Deputy Foreign Minister for European Integration Olena Zerkal on the air of Channel 5.

“We are working out the part, which is, of course, related to information and analytical support, to the documents that are planned to be signed during the meeting in Poland. We are working on filling out these meetings. I think it will be a normal, interesting event,” Zerkal answered the question about who is preparing a meeting of the presidents of the United States and Ukraine.

On August 9, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires of Ukraine William Taylor said that the time and date of the official meeting between Zelensky and Trump has not yet been agreed, but the two presidents want to talk in Warsaw, where both were invited on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of World War II outbreak.
 
 
Earlier Zelensky stated that until the Russian Federation returns Crimea and ceases hostilities in Donbas, there can be no talk of its return to the ranks of the G8 countries. President posted his comment on Facebook.

“Since March 2014, after the suspension of Russia's participation in the G8, nothing has changed. The Ukrainian Crimea is now occupied, the Ukrainian Donbas is still suffering from the war,” Zelensky said.

He stressed that the return of occupied Crimea, the cessation of hostilities in Donbas and the release of more than 100 political prisoners and Ukrainian sailors held by the Kremlin, will be a real serious signal to the world that Russia is ready to once again take its place on the agenda of high diplomacy.
 
 
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