President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky says he does not like to see that the issue of Crimea deoccupation is not being discussed in any format of talks.
At the same time, the United States could contribute to changing this situation, Zelensky added, speaking at the Munich Security Conference Saturday.
"What I don't like? This is the question of Crimea, which isn't there, honestly – after all, we're all having a frank conversation today, aren't we? The question of Crimea is not being thoroughly discussed today, at all. That is, we need to introduce and discuss this issue thoroughly. This is also our occupied territory, there are also our people, Ukrainians, there. Perhaps, a new platform is needed? Here, it seems to me that the United States could have a stronger influence, I guess," Zelensky said.