At the meeting of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and U.S. President Donald Trump, set to be held in Warsaw in late August or early September, a number of documents could be signed, according to Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine for European Integration Olena Zerkal.
Asked by Channel 5, who is preparing the top level meeting, the deputy minister noted that the foreign ministry is involved in the process.
"We are working out the part, which is, of course, related to information and analytical support, with the documents that are planned to be signed during the meeting in Poland. We are working on filling these meetings with content. I think it will be a normal, interesting meeting," Zerkal added.
As UNIAN reported, on August 9, U.S. CDA in Ukraine William Taylor said that the time and date of the official meeting between Zelensky and Trump had not yet been agreed because of the tight schedules of the two leaders, but both presidents sought to talk in Warsaw because they will be there in late August - the beginning of September on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. They also planned to meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.
At the end of July, Kurt Walker, Special Representative of the U.S. State Department for Ukraine negotiations, said the United States had not put forward any conditions for Ukraine to have Volodymyr Zelensky and Donald Trump meet in Washington.