Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba asked Germany to take the lead in the process that will lead to Ukraine’s accession to the European Union. He made the statement this Sunday (15) in a video clip posted on social media.
“It is inevitable that Ukraine will gain candidate status sooner or later. German elites have the option of leading this process and writing their names into European history or else it will happen, but without their leadership,” Kuleba said.
The minister also said that during his visit to Berlin he had a “very rational” discussion with German leaders about Ukraine’s accession to the European Union.
On February 28 this year, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a request for the country to be part of the group. “The support for our anti-war coalition is unconditional and unprecedented,” Zelensky said at the time.
In the video released today, Kuleba also said that he took part in a meeting with G7 ministers. He said he called for a “solution” to lift the Russian embargo on the export of Ukrainian agro-industrial products.
“Russian aggression is leading the world to starvation. That is why it is important to work with African countries as well. We want them to help solve this problem,” the Ukrainian minister said.
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