Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will pay an official visit to France on Monday, June 17, and to Germany on Tuesday, June 18.

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The agenda of the visits includes meetings with the leaders of France and Germany, heads of parliament, as well as with top managers of French and German businesses, the presidential press service told UNIAN.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Zelensky met with Foreign Ministers of France and Germany Jean-Yves Le Drian and Heiko Maas in Kyiv on May 30 to discuss "creative ideas" as for the implementation of the Minsk peace agreements on Russia-occupied Donbas.

After the meeting, Maas said that experts from the Normandy Four countries – Germany, France, Ukraine, and Russia – would discuss ways to bring peace to the east of Ukraine.

On May 31, Le Drian stressed that France was ready to support Zelensky's initiatives to establish peace in Donbas.