Biden and Zelensky spoke on the phone for the first time

US President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky discussed reports of an alleged Russian military buildup near Ukraine’s borders and Kyiv’s efforts to fight corruption during their first phone conversation, Politico reported on Friday.

“Biden and Zelensky have just concluded their conversation, which, as I was informed, lasted 30-40 minutes. Biden confirmed the US commitment to Ukraine; they also discussed reports about the increased presence of Russian troops on the eastern border and Zelensky’s efforts to fight corruption, “Natasha Bertrand, a journalist who introduces herself as a “White House correspondent,” wrote on Twitter.

Earlier this week, as reported by Politico, the head of the US State Department, Anthony Blinken, the head of the Pentagon, Lloyd Austin, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Armed Forces, Mark Milley, had telephone conversations with their Ukrainian counterparts.

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