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Zelensky, Trump may meet in Poland, UNGA sidelines, - Taylor

According to him, the date of the visit of Zelensky to the U.S. is not agreed yet
16:19, 9 August 2019

bbc.com

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and U.S. President Donald Trump may meet in September in Poland. Besides, they may hold a meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session, as Ukrainian News reported citing William Taylor, the chargé d’affaires of U.S. in Ukraine.

 “There are two possibilities about which we know when both presidents are in one place at the same time. Both presidents expect to see each other in both places – Poland and New York. We hope there will be other possibilities but they are not defined yet,” Taylor said.

Related: U.S. responds to Zelensky’s initiative on extension of Normandy Format

However, the date of the official visit of the Ukrainian leader to America is not agreed yet. Taylor specified that there is a plan of a meeting but it is not put on the agenda as both presidents have a very busy schedule.

Earlier, we reported that Zelensky plans to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington in September.

As we reported earlier, Presidents of Ukraine and the United States had a phone conversation on July 25

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