President Volodymyr Zelensky named the subjectivization of Ukraine in the world, the construction of infrastructure, and a strong army among his three main achievements as head of state.
He said this during the Pravo na Vladu (Right to Power) talk show on 1+1 TV channel, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"It is very difficult for me, as I have to brag somehow, because an achievement and saying something bad is not comme il faut. I believe that we are definitely subjectivizing. I do my best to make Ukraine respected abroad - not only in our country. So that our opinion is taken into account, so that our issues are not resolved without us," Zelensky said, answering a question about his achievements as president.
He also named infrastructure among the achievements.
"I think it is a shame if you don't have infrastructure in the country," Zelensky said.
The president expressed confidence that "Ukraine can be a European showcase, because it has history, memory, and nature."
Zelensky called the third achievement that Ukraine has one of the most powerful armies in Europe.