President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky is going to bring up a number of topics during his speech at the session of UN General Assembly in New York. He is to talk about countering the Russian aggression, bringing the investments to Ukraine and combat against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine's Foreign Minister reported that as quoted by the Ministry's press office.
"The President goes to New York with a clear goal, which is to gather even more support for Ukraine. It concerns the matters of countering the Russian aggresion, bringing in the invesments to Ukraine and combating the Covid-19 pandemic", the official said.
The pivotal topic, according to Kuleba, will be the one of the occupied Crimea.
As we reported, Zelensky set off for the U.S. on September 20. His speech at the General Assembly is scheduled for the second half of September 22.