The Democratic Party said today that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky will deliver a virtual speech to the US Congress on Wednesday.
Confirmation in the presence of the Ukrainian head of state came in a statement issued by the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and the leader of the Senate Democratic Party Chuck Schumer.
“We look forward to hearing from President Zhelensky in the House and Senate and to express our support for the Ukrainian people as they courageously defend democracy,” the statement said.
According to Pelosi and Schumer, Zhelensky’s speech is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. (Brasilia time).
“The United States Congress will not budge on its commitment to support Ukraine in the face of Putin’s brutal and brutal occupation, to impose legislation to freeze and isolate the Russian economy, and to provide humanitarian, security and economic assistance to Ukraine.” Two American politicians.
Russia and Ukraine resumed talks on Monday, despite fighting intensifying on the outskirts of Kiev. It is worth noting that conversations take place through video conferencing.
The Ukrainian government is calling for an immediate ceasefire and the withdrawal of invading troops. Moscow, for its part, wants to annex Crimea in recognition of the militarization of the neighboring country and the sovereignty of the Donbass. .
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