President of the United States Joe Biden He calls his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky At the White House, this was announced by his National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan. “He’s looking forward to being in the White House this summer,” said Jake Sullivan. In a phone call, Biden assured his counterpart of his firm commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of ongoing Russian aggression in Donbass and Crimea, White House spokesman Jen Psaki said in the evening. The summit between the US President and Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled for June 16 in Geneva.
The two leaders “discussed a strategic partnership in support of President Zelensky’s plan to fight corruption and implement a reform agenda based on our shared democratic values and Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations,” he added in a statement.
President Zelensky thanked Joe Biden for the expected “in July” invitation. “I am looking forward to this meeting, which will allow us to discuss ways to expand strategic cooperation between Ukraine and the United States,” he said on Twitter.