Ukraine, US may sign number of political and security agreements during Zelensky's visit to Washington.

Signing a number of political and security agreements may be on the agenda of the forthcoming visit of President Volodymyr Zelensky to the United States of America.

"Today [on Thursday], a constituent meeting was held to establish a working group to properly prepare the visit of the President of Ukraine to the United States. We discussed a number of agreements to be signed during this visit. Some of these agreements concern the political and security bloc," Deputy Head of the President’s Office Andrii Sybiha said in an interview with the Yevropeiska Pravda online media outlet, Ukrinform reports.

As noted, negotiations are underway to ensure that documents of political and security bloc and military-technical cooperation are on the agenda.

"It [the visit] has a clear goal of effectiveness, achieving concrete results in specific areas – from political and security to the economy, environmental cooperation. We set ambitious goals," said the Deputy Head of the President’s Office.

As reported, on June 7, Volodymyr Zelensky and Joe Biden held telephone talks, during which the American leader invited his Ukrainian counterpart to visit the White House in July.

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