Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky is going to meet with his French colleague Emmanuel Macron. The venue will be Elysee Palace in Paris, and the date will be Friday, April 16. Le Figaro reported that with a reference fo a source in Macron's administration.
The French leader will host his Ukrainian counterpart; the two presidents are supposed to discuss the latest developments in Donbas. The meeting is supposed to take place during the business breakfast at Elysee Palace.
According to the previous report by journalist of KyivPost, "the French ambassador to Ukraine plans to accompany Zelensky on the plane, and the meeting of the presidents of Ukraine and France, is likely to take place by the end of next week."
Two of the biggest subjects on the presidential agenda are Russia's military build-up near Ukraine's eastern border and the status of Ukraine's reforms, particularly in creating an independent and trustworthy judiciary.
As we reported earlier, on April 6, Volodymyr Zelensky had a telephone conversation with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. During the conversation, the parties discussed the aggravation of the situation in Eastern Ukraine.
Also, the head of state informed Stoltenberg about the transfer of Russian troops to the Ukrainian border.