The Kremlin is going to invite Zelensky for the celebration of the 75th anniversary of Victory Day in Moscow on May 2020. This was stated by Yuriy Uchakov, the assistant of the Russian Federation's President, as RIA Novosti reports.
He says Zelensky will get the official invitation to the celebration.
"It will be sent to the President of Ukraine," he said answering the question of whether the invitation will be sent to Volodymyr Zelensky on the occasion of celebration of the 75th anniversary of victory in World War II.
Previously, French President Emmanuel Macron said on the air of the Russian First Channel that he would arrive on Victory Day in Russia in 2020.
He said that the celebration of this date is important for France.
“Because we know that many owe Russia and those who resisted,” said Macron.
As it was reported earlier, Putin has also invited Trump to celebrate Victory Day. According to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, Trump "positively perceived" the invitation and said that he would wait for the official invitation.