Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky would reject the offer of Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin to come to the victory parade in Moscow on June 24. This is what the head of state said.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to website President of Ukraine.
Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky gave an interview to the famous Canadian publication “The Globe and Mail”. Journalist Mark McKinnon has decided to ask the Ukrainian head of state: he will accept an offer from the Kremlin leadership to come to Moscow to celebrate Victory Day.
The guarantor of the Constitution gave a categorical answer to this question.
“No, I would not go.”
In addition, the Ukrainian leader added that he had not received an official invitation from the Kremlin leadership. To find out more about this, Vladimir Zelensky said nothing. He did not explain why he would refuse to attend the event in honor of World War II victory day in Moscow.
As you know, the Victory Parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of the victory of the Second World War will be held in Moscow on Wednesday June 24.
Earlier, we reported that political scientist Zaporizhsky had explained why, in fact, Alexander Lukashenko went to the victory parade in Moscow.