President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy in an interview with the Italian edition of Corriere della Sera emphasized that some of the messages heard during the US election campaign worry him, but he retains faith in bipartisan support for Ukraine, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"There are messages that worry us. They are political because they are heard during the election process to reduce support for Ukraine. I believe that these are pre-election steps. There still is bipartisan support present, it remains. Of course, if the political atmosphere is too tense, something may change," Zelenskyy said.
Answering a question about Donald Trump's possible victory in the US elections, Zelenskyy said: "In any case, this is the choice of people, Biden helps us more, but at the same time, I cannot blame Trump, because there was no full-scale invasion under him. I don't know how he would react".
Earlier, commenting on the loyal position of the 45th US President Donald Trump towards Vladimir Putin, Zelenskyy stressed that Trump should take a realistic look at the Russian war in Ukraine.