President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked former US President Bill Clinton for his personal support of Ukraine. Zelensky's Telegram and the OP's website reported this.
"It is extremely important that societies, where freedom and democracy are basic values, do not lose the sense of urgency of the war in Ukraine. I am grateful to the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton for the conversation and personal support of our state!", Zelensky said.
The head of state thanked the full support of the U.S. at various levels, as well as the personal support of Ukraine from Bill Clinton and his wife, in particular the participation in the Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen.
"The U.S. is helping us to keep Russia from freezing this conflict. And that's exactly what Russia is trying to do. We know very well what happens with frozen conflicts. It drags on for years, decades. We can't let that happen," Zelensky said.
He also noted the importance of further strengthening sanctions against russia and called on Clinton to use his personal authority to draw the world's attention to the shelling and mines at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and rf nuclear terror.
"It is very important for us that societies, where freedom and democracy are basic values, do not lose the sense of urgency of the war in Ukraine. That's why conversations like this one are very useful for us," the president of Ukraine said.
Zelensky spoke about the defense needs of our state.
The interlocutors also discussed participation in future international events.