President Volodymyr Zelenskyy had a meeting with his American counterpart Joe Biden in Washington on September 1. During the meeting, the Head of State invited the US President to visit Ukraine. According to Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba, Biden will come to Kyiv, but definitely not this year.
"I have no doubt that President Biden will fly up to the middle of the Dnipro, and cross the Dnipro, and land in Boryspil, and arrive in Kyiv. But this visit will not happen this year, since diplomatic practice does not provide for an exchange of visits of this level in one year," the Minister explained in the program Details of the Week on the TV channel Inter.
Now, according to Kuleba, both the Ukrainian and American sides will focus on implementing the agreements that they managed to reach.
Additionally. Biden last visited Ukraine in January 2017. At that time he served as Vice President of the United States. During his visit, Biden met with then Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.