Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Ukraina 24 TV on Friday. “This will be an official full-fledged visit, which envisages not only the meeting with President Biden, but also many other events,” he said. “We are very carefully preparing this visit.”
Yesterday the two leaders spoke in advance of two critical meetings that are scheduled for next week. Next Monday, there will be a NATO heads of government meeting in Brussels. Ukraine has not been invited as an observer. Two days later, on June 16, Biden and Vladimir Putin meet in Geneva for their first one on one summit.