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U.S. looks forward beginning of joint work with new Ukrainian parliament

The U.S. will continue to support Ukraine in the defense of independence and pursuit of freedom
15:40, 20 May 2019

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The U.S. looks forward for the beginning of the joint work with the new membership of the Verkhovna Rada as 112 Ukraine reported citing U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry.

“The message of America is clear, the U.S. President asked us to pass it. The U.S. is along with the people of Ukraine, they look forward the joint work with a new president, I hope, with a new parliament also to see the good days in the future,” Perry said.

He noted that the speech of Zelensky was impressive.

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According to Perry, the U.S. will continue to support Ukraine in the defense of independence and pursuit of freedom “through the freedom of economy”.

As is known, the inauguration ceremony of the sixth president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky took place in Kyiv. The solemn event started at the session hall of the Ukrainian Parliament at 10 a.m. May 20.

After the inauguration at the Parliament, Zelensky took part in the presentation ceremony of the commanders of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the ceremony of raising the State Flag of Ukraine. Then, together with his wife, he greeted the heads of foreign delegations. In the afternoon, Zelensky is scheduled to have bilateral meetings with these officials heads at the Presidential Administration of Ukraine.

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As we reported Zelensky stated he wants to dismiss Ukrainian Parliament at his inauguration and announces early elections after he took an oath of allegiance to the Ukrainian people.

You can learn more about events tied with the inauguration of President Volodymyr Zelensky in our online-broadcast.

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