Zelensky: We feel support for Ukraine, not tension, in communication with U.S. Secretary of State


There are no tensions in relations between Ukraine and the United States, which is confirmed by the communication between Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, said President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

“As for the issue of relations with the United States. There was contact with the administration of President Biden. Foreign Minister Mr. Kuleba had communication with Mr. Blinken, I know the detailed content of their conversation. Nobody feels any tension in connection with this conversation… On the contrary, support from our strategic partner has been confirmed. That is how the things are standing now,” Zelensky said at a joint briefing with President of the European Council Charles Michel in Kyiv on Wednesday.

© 2021 Interfax Ukraine


  1. We will always support Ukraine, despite some differences. I think the Biden administration will do an okay job in this regard. As much as i admired Donald Trump, his weak policies towards Muscovy always made me feel i want to kick his ass! 😇

  2. Joe could go to Kyiv and say ‘I know we let you down in 2014. The response would have been far more robust if I had been in charge. Well, now I am in charge and I confirm that you are an important and valued ally. I will take all steps necessary in order to honour the obligations of Budapest to the letter.
    Accordingly, military support will increase exponentially from now on and certain financial and diplomatic steps will
    be taken in order to ensure that the occupation of your land will cease in weeks rather than years.’
    I extend this same commitment to Georgia and Moldova.’

  3. Certainly, our Congress will continue its support for Ukraine. It still remains to be seen what Biden will do.

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