Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed the support for the reforms in Ukraine with the Ambassadors of the G7 countries (USA, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Japan), as well as the European Union and the NATO. This was stated by the press service of the head of state.
During the meeting, President Zelensky thanked the diplomatic representatives for the participation of international observers in the snap elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on July 21, 2019.
“This is not the first election in Ukraine that passed peacefully, democratically, and it is also due to the international observers. Thank you for your help,” Zelensky noted.
The president informed the meeting participants about the situation in Donbas and the latest steps on the disengagement of forces around Stanytsia Luhanska.
Zelensky also noted that the necessary condition for further progress in resolving the conflict is the observance of the ceasefire regime.
“The meeting mainly focused on deep reforms Ukraine is implementing and the international partners’ support of the efforts of the president and his team,” the statement said.
As it was reported earlier, the Ambassadors of G7 countries called elections to the Verkhovna Rada, which took place in Ukraine on July 21, competitive and those that were held in compliance with fundamental rights and freedoms.
Earlier Chief Delegate of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Madeleine Moon said that the PA is ready to cooperate with the newly elected Verkhovna Rada which will be formed after the snap parliamentary elections. This was reported by Moon during the press conference, as the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency informs.