Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked this Sunday (17) that the representative of the United States, Joe Biden, visit Ukraine and see in person the war unleashed by the Russian invasion.
“Of course it’s his decision, and it depends on security, but I think the US leader should come here to observe,” Zelensky said, in an interview with CNN. The Ukrainian president said he was convinced that “he will do it”.
After the withdrawal of Russian troops from the outskirts of Kiev, Biden revealed that he was studying the possibility of sending a high-ranking member of his government to Ukraine. Some media speculate that it could be Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, or of Defense, Lloyd Austin.