Zelensky states Ukraine hardly to publish transcript

According to the President, Ukraine will not be acting on the order of other countries, meaning the investigation regarding Joe Biden and his son Hunter
18:13, 30 September 2019

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stated that Ukraine would hardly publish the transcript of the conversation between him and U.S. President Donald Trump, as Reuters reported. 

According to Zelensky, it would be wrong to share the Ukrainian summary or transcript of the call.

"There are certain nuances and things which I think it would be incorrect, even, to publish," he said.

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Answering a journalist's question of whether Kyiv will start investigating the case relating to Hunter Biden, the  President said Ukraine would not be acting solely on the order of other countries. 

We can’t be commanded to do anything. We are an independent country,” Zelensky said.

"We are open, we are ready to investigate (but) it has nothing to do with me. Our independent law enforcement agencies are ready to investigate any case in which the law was broken," he added. 

Earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump wanted to meet with an informant who reported about his pressure on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. 

Related: Trump searched for proves of Ukraine's intervention into U.S. elections, - New York Times

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