The President of Ukraine expressed his respect for Georgia and wished her to join the EU. According to Volodymyr Zelensky, every Ukrainian wishes the country democratic success.
Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his gratitude for the Ukrainian flags and anthem at the protests in Georgia. The Ukrainian leader is confident that the country will become a member of the European Union. The President announced this in his evening address.
“I want to thank everyone who these days held Ukrainian flags in the squares and streets of Georgia. I want to thank for our national anthem, which was heard in Tbilisi. This is respect for Ukraine, and I want to express sincere respect for Georgia,” Zelensky said.
Zelensky’s video message (about Georgia from 2:51)
According to him, every Ukrainian wishes Georgia democratic and European success. The President is confident that a friendly country deserves to join the EU and will do so.
“We want to be in the European Union – and we will. We want Georgia to be in the European Union, and I’m sure it will be. We want Moldova to be in the European Union, and I’m sure it will be. All the free peoples of Europe deserve it,” he said. Ukrainian leader.
Recall that on March 8, protesters in Georgia turned on the Ukrainian anthem outside the parliament, where they gathered for a rally against the laws on “foreign agents”. Georgian political scientist Gela Vasadze published a recording from the scene, in which, at the end of the anthem, the protesters applauded in support of Ukraine. “We believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and glory to Ukraine,” Vasadze wrote.
Also on March 8, it became known that his statement about the transfer of Ukrainian territories to Russia was cut out from an interview with the ex-president of the United States. The former US leader believes that it was worth negotiating with the Kremlin and giving the “Russian-speaking regions” of Ukraine to the Russian Federation. Trump does not support the policy of Joe Biden, who is now the American president.
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