President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky had a phone conversation with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Thursday, November 30. The leaders discussed further defense cooperation, the situation at the front, and the grain corridor. This was reported by the Ukrainian President on Telegram.
"I had a conversation with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. We discussed further defense cooperation," Zelensky wrote.
The President thanked for the powerful "winter" defense package from Germany, including four IRIS-T systems, and for the multi-year financial assistance program.
"These are the best signals of Germany's unwavering support. I appreciate that all our agreements are being fulfilled," the Head of State emphasized.
The leaders also discussed the situation on the battlefield. Zelensky told Scholz about his visits to Kupyansk, as well as Kherson, Mykolaiv and Odesa.
"I also spoke about the situation in the Black Sea, the functioning of the 'grain corridor' and the efforts needed to further protect civilian shipping," the president added.
Zelensky also thanked Germany for its participation in the implementation of the peace formula, in particular, for the participation of the advisor in the meeting in Malta and the readiness to take part in the next meeting.
"I drew attention to the importance of ensuring unity within the European Union in approving negotiations on Ukraine's accession and allocating €50 billion in aid for the coming years," the head of state said.