"Of course, every opportunity is being used to prepare the main and key meeting, the Ukrainian-U.S. summit. Therefore the recent visit of U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Bridget Brink to Ukraine was considered in this context. I want to reiterate: the summit will take place as soon as the two sides agree on the agenda and the content of the future meeting. Of course, we would like this to happen as soon as possible," Yeliseiev said.

The official noted that the presidential administration was satisfied with the level and intensity of the dialogue between Ukraine authorities and the new U.S. Administration.

Read alsoMcCain "optimistic" over prospects of U.S. lethal aid to Ukraine"As you know, President of Ukraine held two telephone conversations with President Donald Trump. Petro Poroshenko had a long and fruitful meeting with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Munich this February [on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference]. Besides, a dialogue was launched with the newly appointed Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson. Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin visited Washington twice. Active visits to the U.S. continue of our deputies, as well as visits of members of Congress to Ukraine. [Ukrainian officials] are getting acquainted with the new representatives of the U.S. Security Council, White House, and State Department," the deputy head of the presidential administration said.

Read alsoPoroshenko satisfied with dialogue with Trump Administration