Biden, Zelensky discuss ways to resolve Ukraine-Russia crisis


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed with his US counterpart Joe Biden on Thursday possible ways to resolve the crisis in eastern Ukraine.

The telephone conversation between the two leaders lasted 90 minutes, Zelenski himself announced via Twitter.

Zelensky and Biden spoke while Russia compared the crisis to the most dangerous moment of the Cold War and expects Biden to invite it to a possible summit with NATO members.

“The president of the United States has briefed me on the content of his negotiations with Putin,” he said, adding that “we have discussed possible ways to resolve the Donbas crisis,” he said.

The two leaders also referred to the course of Ukraine’s internal reforms.

According to the announcement of the Ukrainian presidency, Kiev has many proposals to unblock the peace process and is ready to discuss them. Biden and Zelensky discussed ways in which support could be provided for security, economy and politics in Ukraine in the face of continuing “hybrid aggression.” Specific steps that can be taken to strengthen the country’s energy security were also discussed.

President Zelensky finally thanked Biden for his “decisive support” for his country.  

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