President of Ukraine

Presidential Office

First Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yulia Svyrydenko and Advisor to the Head of the Presidential Office Vladyslav Vlasiuk held a briefing for representatives of the diplomatic corps of the countries of the Global South on Ukraine's sanctions priorities.

Advisor – President's Commissioner for Children's Rights and Children's Rehabilitation Daria Herasymchuk on the eve of Children's Day highlighted Russia's violations of children's fundamental rights.

The main topic of the conversation was strengthening Ukraine's defense capabilities and providing our country with effective security guarantees on its way to NATO membership. The relevant decisions are to be made at the NATO Summit in Vilnius in July this year.

Representatives of the Office of the President and the Ukrainian Defense Forces discussed with the Polish delegation the state of bilateral cooperation in the field of defense support for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

"Since the war is taking place on the territory of Ukraine, it is up to Ukrainians to decide on the conditions under which it should end and what a just peace should look like," the Deputy Head of the Presidential Office emphasized.

Ihor Zhovkva conveyed sincere congratulations from President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy to President of Montenegro Jakov Milatović on winning the elections.

The Head of the President's Office called it important that this support was not only voiced during meetings and speeches, but also enshrined in the documents adopted following the summit.

On behalf of the President of Ukraine and in order to coordinate the implementation of the agreements reached by Volodymyr Zelenskyy during his visit to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak, together with other representatives of the Office and the government, held a scheduled meeting via video conference with the Dutch delegation headed by Geoffrey van Leeuwen, Foreign Affairs and Defense Advisor to the Prime Minister of the Netherlands.

The Ukrainian Peace Formula should become the basis for ending the war, and any attempts at dialogue or compromise with the aggressor country, Russia, will lead to further escalation. This was stated by Mykhailo Podolyak, Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, in an interview with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica.

The head of the President's Office called the consistent interaction of the leadership teams of Ukraine and Türkiye extremely crucial, which makes it possible to have a continuous dialogue on the most urgent issues.