At the meeting of Trump and Merkel, Ukraine became the last topic on the list


At the meeting of Trump and Merkel, Ukraine became the last topic on the list
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US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a meeting at the G-20 summit discussed measures to support economic reform in Ukraine, but Ukrainian issues were in last place on the list of issues discussed. This was reported on June 28 by the site "Correspondent"

In the Japanese city of Osaka on June 28, a summit of leaders of the G20 countries began. As expected, the main topics for discussion will be the situation around Iran and a number of other issues on the international agenda.

"The leaders of the United States and Germany addressed a wide range of issues, including the dangerous activities of Iran in the Middle East, the stabilization of Libya and the Sahel region, as well as supporting economic reforms in Ukraine," the publication notes.

According to Dmitry Abzalov, president of the Russian Center for Strategic Communications, US President Donald Trump is exploiting the theme of Ukraine to solve problems in his homeland. Scandal: President Zelensky and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin do not match
Scandal: President Zelensky and Foreign Minister of Ukraine Klimkin do not coincide in notes
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So, the US leader does not hide what he wants to receive from his Ukrainian counterpart, Vladimir Zelensky, data on presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son.

And the director of the Kiev Center for Political Studies and Conflictology, Mikhail Pogrebinsky, is confident that Ukraine is not a key issue for Donald Trump.

However, the political scientist emphasizes that the fact of a conversation about this by world leaders is important for Ukraine. In his opinion, any discussion of the Ukrainian question is already positive, since in any case, this will push the parties towards a compromise.


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