Vladimir Zelensky said that Ukraine must simultaneously conduct two wars
Thursday, may 30, President of Ukraine met with U.S. Senator Robert Portman, who is co-chair of the group of friendship with Ukraine in the Senate. During the meeting they discussed political situation in Ukraine, in particular early elections to the Verkhovna Rada. This was reported on the website of the President.
During the conversation, Zelensky said that Ukraine was fighting two wars: Russia and corruption.
“If this idle Parliament was on, we would form the government in December. We can’t wait. We have two wars — the war with Russia and the war against corruption in the country, which is a threat primarily to the economy of Ukraine”, — said the President.
The meeting also discussed the situation in the Donbass, the questions of ceasefire and exchange of prisoners. Zelensky also noted an active position of the U.S. Senate to impose sanctions against Russia and grant Ukraine military aid, as well as the need for further pressure on Russia to ensure the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
In addition, the meeting discussed issues of implementation of reforms aimed at bringing Ukraine closer to the EU and NATO.
Earlier, we wrote that Vladimir Zelensky won the battle but not yet won the war. About it in a video interview Politeka told the strategist, the leader of the “servant of the people” Dmitry Razumkov.
According to him, the Verkhovna Rada and other authorities openly sabotaging Zelensky and lie in the eyes of not only citizens, but also directly to the President. This is another confirmation that the team Zelensky couldn’t stop.
“Everybody remembers the same conciliation Board, when all have reached consensus about the need to change the electoral system, and then the next day we got what we got in the Parliament”.
We will remind, the Chinese are crazy about Zelensky, now everyone can buy it.
As reported Politeka, Zelensky gave a fitting rebuff to the journalist Poroshenko.
Also Politeka reported that Zelensky has launched a series of high-profile layoffs announced the names.