Boris Johnson spoke with Volodymyr Zelensky
The leaders of the two countries are exploring the possibility of increasing the volume of exports of agricultural products from Ukraine and imports of fuel to Ukraine.
President Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday evening, May 22, held talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. One of the topics of the conversation was the fuel crisis in Ukraine, the head of state said in video message following the results of the 88th day of the war.
“I told Boris about our meeting (with Polish President Andrzej Duda – ed.), about the negotiations, about the situation on the battlefield. We are looking for how to increase the volume of our exports, primarily agricultural products. As well as the volume of fuel imports to Ukraine,” Zelensky said .
At the same time, he announced an active negotiating week, which will open with participation in discussions at the Davos forum.
“This is the most influential global economic platform where Ukraine has something to say,” Zelensky said.
Recall that on May 19, the government website published a decree on the suspension of state regulation of prices for gasoline and diesel fuel. The decision was made to saturate the market.
Previously Perild.com wrote in detail about the causes of the fuel crisis in the country.