Zelensky: "I am the showcase and proof that there is no anti-Semitism in Ukraine"
He said this in an interview with the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on May 29, published on the website of the head of state. Censor.net.
Answering a journalist's question about the fact that propaganda being spread about Ukraine, that it is allegedly an anti-Semitic, fascist state, Zelensky said: "I believe that I am the showcase and the answer that there is no anti-Semitism in Ukraine, that it is at the lowest level. Because there are no perfect forms, there are no perfect people. But this is the fact that anti-Semitism in Ukraine is at the lowest level compared to any European country. I believe that I am the answer. I know that anti-Semitism took place in the Soviet Union, it's true. I know stories about my relatives, my father – people were afraid of it, yes, it was present. But in modern, independent Ukraine, all this has changed a lot. That's why I think we don't have it. Sometimes there are provocations, but this happens anywhere," the president said.