President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron both called for holding Normandy Summit in the short term. The parties agreed on this during a telephone conversation, the press service of the President's Office reports.
"Emmanuel Macron supported his Ukrainian counterpart in the idea of holding the talks in the Normandy format in due course. He also praised Zelensky’s peace initiatives and Ukraine's efforts to demine territories in Donbas and disengage forces in the region. The French President assured that Ukraine can count on his determination to help end the war," the statement said.
The parties also discussed the situation around the decisions of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine.
As we reported earlier, according to Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak, Ukraine has an interest in holding the next summit in the Normandy format in the near future.
"The war continues on Ukrainian territory, so Ukraine is more interested in holding the next summit in the Normandy format as soon as possible. Our partners, Germany and France, support us in this," he said.