“It itches”: Poroshenko commented on the mention Putin Ukraine in the presence of trump

“It itches”: Poroshenko commented on the mention Putin Ukraine in the presence of trump

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Our country continues to be among the priority international issues, the President assured.

Ukraine remains a priority of US foreign policy, EU and NATO. This was stated by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, commenting on the final press conference following the meeting of leaders of Russia Vladimir Putin and the United States Donald trump.

In response to the question of the leader of one of Ukrainian television that trump never at this press conference didn’t mention Ukraine, and how it can indicate the loss of Ukraine of priorities of US foreign policy, Poroshenko has refuted this assumption. “Based on my meeting with trump at the summit Ukraine-NATO, documents of the NATO summit, Ukraine was and remains among the top priorities,” said Poroshenko.

Videopolis asked trump more pressure on Ukraine

In Finland met Donald trump, and Vladimir Putin, and this is their first full-fledged talks. Instead of the planned one and a half hours, trump and Putin more than 2 hours seen eye to eye in the presence of interpreters. Discussed the problems in bilateral relations, the situation in Syria and Ukraine. At a joint press-conference of Ukrainian journalists managed to get our TSN. All the details of the meeting in the live broadcast.

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Also the Ukrainian head of state commented on the remark that Putin during the same press conference three times returned to the topic of Ukraine. “If he talked so much, he itches it,” – said Poroshenko.

See also:

The Crimea, Syria and the transit of gas through Ukraine. What trump and Putin spoke in Helsinki

As reported, for the first time, Putin said that the presidents talked about the situation in the Donbass, and the Russian leader has urged the American colleague “set up” official Kiev on the implementation of the Minsk agreements. The second time he said he was ready to continue the transit of gas through Ukraine in the event the dispute is resolved in the Stockholm arbitration court. Third, Putin nervously assured that for Russia, the question of Crimea is closed, although the President of the United States and the international community believe otherwise.

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