On the occasion of the 28th anniversary of Ukraine's Independence, U.S. President Donald Trump, President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron and Queen of the United Kingdom Elizabeth II have sent their congratulations. This was reported by the press service of the state leader.
Trump noted that the U.S. support of the sovereign and territorial integrity of Ukraine within the internationally recognized borders is constant.
“Over the next year, the United States of America will work in partnership with the government and people of Ukraine to advance reforms that are critical to Ukraine's success, including reform of the rule of law and the fight against corruption, strengthening democratic institutions and promoting economic growth. The Ukrainian nation should fulfill its enormous potential, and the United States is proud to be a partner and support Ukraine on this path of change,” the U.S. President said in his congratulation.
Queen Elizabeth II also conveyed her greetings to the President of Ukraine.
"It is with great pleasure that I extend to Your Excellency my congratulations on the occasion of your national holiday, together with the best wishes of happiness and prosperity to the people of Ukraine in the coming years," the letter reads.
French President Emmanuel Macron stated that his country would stay side-by-side with Ukraine for the peaceful settlement of the ongoing Donbas conflict.
"I applaud your initiative and determination to make concrete progress quickly for the benefit of the people affected by the conflict. I would like to assure you of my aspiration to reach tangible results in the Normandy format negotiations and in the negotiations with Russia,” the congratulation says.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky received congratulations from other world leaders, too.