President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky accepted the invitation of his Polish colleague Andrzej Duda. He plans to visit Poland in September, as 112 Ukraine reported citing Deputy Head of President’s Office Vadym Prystaiko.
“We really plan a visit to Poland on September 1 responding to the invitation from President Duda. Officially the Ukrainian side confirmed its participation and a lot of leaders gather there. I think the U.S. President will definitely come, considering the issue of this meeting in Warsaw,” Prystaiko stated.
On September 1, in Warsaw, the commemorative ceremonies will take place. They will be dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the beginning of WWII. It is planned that American leader Donald Trump will participate in them.
The President’s Office did not specify whether Trump and Zelensky will be able to hold the meeting in Warsaw. At the same time, it was stated that the visit of the Ukrainian leader to the U.S. is planned soon.
“It is necessary to agree with the American side for it. We have the invitation, as you know, from President Trump. But now the sides specify the dates. It is connected mostly with the schedules of the president,” Prystaiko said.
Earlier, Prystaiko reported that the meeting of the advisers of the leaders of Normandy Format states (Ukraine, Germany, France, Russia) is planned for the end of summer 2019.