Winner of Ukraine's presidential election Volodymyr Zelensky and leader of Ukrainian Orthodox Church (former Moscow Patriarchate) Metropolitan Onufriy met in Kyiv. The latter hosted the president-elect at his residence on April 30. The information department of Ukrainian Orthodox Church reported this Tuesday evening.
Zelensky and Onufriy exchanged congratulations on Easter; the churchman also congratulated the future head of the state on being elected as the top official, wishing him 'God's blessing on the new and responsible path of serving Ukraine and its people'.
The parties also discussed the situation in religious life in Ukraine.
Earlier on April 30, Zelinsky met the leader of Orthodox Church of Ukraine, Metropolitan Epifaniy.
On April 30, the Central Election Commission announced the results of the second round of the presidential elections in Ukraine in 2019. Volodymyr Zelensky wins the presidential run with 73,22% of the votes, as Tetyana Slipachuk, the Head of the Central Election Commission, said. Petro Poroshenko got 24,45% of the votes.