The meeting of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and the U.S. leader Donald Trump might be held after G20 summit scheduled for June 28-29, as Borys Tizengauzen, President’s special advisor, said on air of Radio Liberty.
“Probably, the meeting will take place after Trump-Putin meeting, they intend to meet at G20 summit. But the fact that Trump’s Administration invites Zelensky to a meeting means that Zelensky has credibility of the U.S. I think that the Administration of the White House hopes to break a difficult issue from deadlock,” he stated.
Tizengauzen supposed that investigation against Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings became one of the triggers for the meeting.
“Joe Biden’s son is involved in this case. For today, Biden leads the inside primaries from Democrats, Trump’s opponents. Having certain levers which might influence Biden’s reputation in Ukraine, Zelensky becomes at least a good guest in Trump’s Administration,” he believes.
As it was reported, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky thanked the U.S. President Donald Trump for invitation to visit Washington with an official visit.