U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Yovanovitch names three priorities after elections in Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

The U.S. will work with any president the Ukrainians elect
11:49, 19 April 2019

Marie Yovanovitch, the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine
U.S. Embassy in Ukraine

The U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch named three priorities for Ukraine after the presidential elections. She delivered a speech at ENEMO briefing in Kyiv, as Hromadske reported.

She noted that for the U.S., the following three things are at the top: the end of Donbas war, economic growth and government which treats Ukrainians with equality and sees every citizen equal before the law.

The Ambassador added that the U.S. would work with any president the Ukrainians elect.

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Yovanovitch called the first round of the elections competitive, she noted it was held in compliance with the Ukrainian legislation and international standards.

“In 2014 I have been to Berdyansk and I can compare that these elections differ from the others,” she said comparing the presidential elections in 2019 with special ones in 2014.

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