Ukraine's Zelenskiy Says He Has No Problems With Germany After Trump Call Transcript Published

In the phone call, Zelenskiy and Trump criticized Germany for not doing enough to enforce sanctions on Russia

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy holds a press-marathon at a food market in Kiev, Ukraine October 10, 2019.

Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Thursday that Kiev did not have any problems with Germany after the United States published a summary of his conversation with Donald Trump where German Chancellor Angela Merkel was mentioned.

In the phone call, Zelenskiy told Trump that Germany and France do not do enough to enforce sanctions, imposed on Russia over Ukraine by the European Union, according to the transcript.

Germany is expected to take part along with leaders of France, Russia and Ukraine in peace negotiations in the so-called Normandy format.