Ukraine’s opposition leader Petro Poroshenko said Russia’s aggression made him and the current Ukrainian president bury their differences.
The former president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said on TV Wednesday he had two meetings with the current Volodymyr Zelensky and they have agreed to ‘wipe the slate clean’.
He stressed Ukraine must now show unity to the world noting the war turned every Ukrainian into a soldier with all of Ukrainian making contributions to defense of the country.
‘The politicians who are now trying to play politics are anti-Ukrainian. Now, with the enemy is at our gates, it does not matter what had happened before February 24’, Poroshenko stated.