U.S. President Donald Trump has mentioned the situation in the east of Ukraine, Donbas, when describing problems in the world, saying: ”it`s crazy what`s going on,” according to an UNIAN correspondent.
”It`s crazy what`s going on – whether it`s the Middle East or you look at – no matter where the – Ukraine – you look at – whatever you look at, it`s got problems, so many problems. And ultimately, I believe that we are going to get rid of most of those problems, and there won`t be fear of anybody. That`s the way it should be,” he said at the first press briefing with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House on Wednesday.
See also: Trump`s key quotes on Ukraine and Russian agression (tweets, videos, links)
”Well, I want to just start by saying hopefully [in European countries] they`re going to have to fear nothing, ultimately. Right now there is a fear, and there are problems – there are certainly problems. But ultimately, I hope that there won`t be a fear and there won`t be problems, and the world can get along. That would be the ideal situation,” he said.
See also: U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson asks G7 ministers why it should care about Ukraine conflict