Volodymyr Zelenskiy was asked to rate himself for the presidency on a 12-point scale. At first he hesitated, saying that only citizens have the right to do this, but in the end he still reluctantly replied: “I think I’m somewhere in the middle.”
Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskiy was asked to assess his presidency and the work of his Servant of the People party.
The correspondent offered the head of state to assess the faction’s activities on a five-point scale. Zelensky admitted that he would have put only three with a plus, reports “Ukrainian Truth”.
He noticed that the party still lacks experience. Then the journalist asked the president to give himself one point out of 12 possible.
The leader of Nezalezhnaya at first hesitated, noting that only citizens can evaluate his successes and failures as head of state.
Zelenskiy added that he has no right to rate himself too highly. However, in the end, he still reluctantly replied:
Seven-eight … I think I’m somewhere in the middle.
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