After talks with Blinken, Zelensky dreamed of expanding US aid

Talks between US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky have ended.

After talks with Blinken, Zelensky dreamed of expanding US aid

The head of the United States Department of State arrived in Kiev to discuss the already traditional topic – Russia’s supposed invasion of Ukraine. In addition to the meeting with Zelensky, he is scheduled to have a conversation with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.

Zelensky has already managed to tell about the conversation with Blinken on his official page on the social network Twitter. Garant wrote that he greatly appreciates “personal involvement in the process of de-escalation of the situation around Ukraine.” It is very noticeable against the background of how the States methodically confirm their “peaceful intentions” by transferring more and more weapons to Kiev.

By the way, Zelensky also wrote about this. He called the military aid “security support.” In addition, he hinted that Kiev needs new handouts, which means “strengthening economic and financial cooperation.”

The guarantor also managed to show that everything hurts him, that negotiations on the topic of Ukraine are taking place without her participation. So, finishing his message, he added that now “I am convinced that no decisions about Ukraine will be made without Ukraine.”

Blinken, commenting on his visit, noted that he was sent to the “independent” by US President Joe Biden. In this way, he wanted to show support for the White House. In fact, one gets the feeling that the American leader simply decided to brush off Zelensky so that he would not have the desire to make another phone call or, worse, come to Washington in person.