At a meeting with the US Jewish organizations, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky claimed the topic of anti-Semitism in Ukraine to be "a provocation", reports the Office of the President of Ukraine.
"The promotion of the topic of anti-Semitism in Ukraine is a provocation. We are committed to preventing crimes committed on the basis of anti-Semitism, xenophobia and intolerance," - Zelensky stated.
It is reported that the reform aimed at economic growth and the fight against corruption in Ukraine have interested representatives of Jewish organizations. They noted significant Ukrainian progress in the fight against xenophobia, anti-Semitism and intolerance.
Zelensky noted that Ukraine needs Israeli and US investors.
"We want Ukraine to become a global brand of everything innovative. To do this, we want to draw on the experience of the United States and Israel", - the president said.
The President thanked the Jewish community for strengthening the strategic relations between Ukraine and the United States, as well as for supporting Ukraine's territorial integrity and sovereignty. In turn, the Chief Rabbi of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine Shmuel Kaminetsky welcomed the continued support provided by the Jewish community of the US Jewish community in Ukraine.
As we reported earlier, the President of Ukraine came to New York to participate in the 74th session of the UN General Assembly. In addition to that, the president has already held many international meetings, the main one being meeting with Trump on September 25.