The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said he would grant citizenship to all Ukrainians who would work for the good of Ukraine. He announced this in his inaugural address on May 20.
“Today, I address all Ukrainians in the world. There are 65 million of us. Yes, do not be surprised - we are 65 million. Those, who were born on Ukrainian land. Ukrainians in Europe and Asia, in North and South America, Australia and Africa. I appeal to all Ukrainians on the planet, we really need you. Everyone who is ready to build a new strong and successful Ukraine - I will gladly grant Ukrainian citizenship to you.”
The president called on Ukrainians to unite and work for the good of the country.
Zelensky also expects that Ukrainians, who return to the country, will bring about their experience and knowledge.
As it was reported earlier, in his address, Zelensky claimed to dismiss Ukrainian Parliament and to announce early elections after he took an oath of allegiance to the Ukrainian people. He also and proposed the government to file for resignation.