Us senators urge US President to meet with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko before the meeting with the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in July. This is stated in a letter to Trump from senators is published on the website of Senator Rob Portman.
In particular, in circulation they encourage us leader to work more closely with long-standing allies of the United States and increase support for the institutions and European governments help to preserve the existing international order.
“We urge you to meet with the leaders of Ukraine, including President Petro Poroshenko, before any official meeting with the Russian leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin”, – stated in the letter from the senators.
In their opinion, the meeting with the democratically elected representatives of Ukraine “will be a strong signal that the United States continue to give priority to long-standing allies and will continue to support the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine in the face of continued aggression”. Stated that the letter was signed by senators John McCain, Bob Menendez, Rob Portman, Bob Casey, James Inhofe and Jeanne Shaheen.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that the newly elected President of France Emmanuel Makron and the President of the United States Donald trump will meet on may 25, during the summit of NATO leaders, which will be held in Brussels.