Minister of Foreign Affairs Vadym Prystaiko denies the information that U.S. state leader Donald Trump puts pressure on Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky. The Head of the Ministry stated that during the interview with Hromadske on the occasion of The Wall Street Journal publication. The article told about Trump reportedly asked Zelensky to help Giuliani to investigate the work of Joe Biden's son in Ukraine.
"I know what the conversation was about and I think there was no pressure. There was the talk and talks may be different, the state leaders have the right to discuss all the problems, which exist. The discussion was long and friendly and related to many issues, which sometimes required quite serious responses," Prystaiko summarized.
According to the Head of the Ukrainian diplomacy, Zelensky has the right to leave the conversation with other president confidential, and American interrogators have got the right to receive the information in the USA.
Prystaiko emphasized that Ukraine appreciates the help from both the parties and will not change its priorities after the new U.S. administration will be elected.
However, the Minister stated that Ukraine was attempted to be involved in the confrontation between Republicans and Democrats of the USA.