Kuleba spoke about his dream of how Ukraine will conquer the world
The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said in an interview that the problem of the republic's foreign policy is that it is “very European and American-centric”, while “there are a huge number of very interesting countries in the world” and “very interesting people”
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that his dream when he became a minister was that Ukraine would conquer the world. He shared it in an interview with Ukrainian journalist Dmitry Gordon (in Russia he is included in the list of persons about whom there is information about their involvement in terrorism or extremist activities, arrested in absentia).
According to Kuleba, during his work as a minister, two personalities made the most vivid impression on him— this is “a man of gigantic intellect, a man of charisma, a man of action” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President of Guatemala Alejandro Giammattei, “suffering from childhood with multiple sclerosis, walking all his life on crutches.” Recalling the Latin American politician, the minister noted that the problem of Ukraine's foreign policy is that it is “very European and American-centric”, although “there are a huge number of very interesting countries, very interesting people in the world.”
” “From the moment I became a minister, I had a dream of just opening these new horizons for Ukraine and for Ukrainians, who should see that there is a much bigger world,” — said Kuleba.
According to him, he is “on the same wavelength” as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. “Pay attention: he is now constantly talking to African leaders, to Latin American leaders,” — noted the minister. He also recalled that in July, the Prime Minister of Australia visited Ukraine for the first time.
To this tirade, Gordon replied that the expression “conquest of the world” would be more appropriate. «This— conquering the world, yes. I'm just getting high on this, — Kuleba agreed.
Dmitry Kuleba is 41 years old. He took the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine in March 2020, becoming the youngest foreign minister in the history of the country. Prior to that, he was Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.
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