Ukraine President's hilarious video shows how world leaders discuss global issues
Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, September 22
Have you ever wondered how the world leaders discuss political issues on WhatsApp? A video doing to the rounds on Twitter could answer the question.
The video shows Whatsapp chats from a group called “World Leaders Group”. The video was part of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s presentation for an entertainment section at a recent conference held, sources said.
The group includes Ukraine, United States of America, England, France, Germany, Spain, Finland, Russia, China, Denmark, North Korea and South Korea, as well as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Ukraine businessman-politician Petro Poroshenko are part of the chat too.
The chat begins with a message from the Ukraine president saying: “Hi, everybody”.
To this, the United States responded: “Welcome! We’re glad to see you.” After this, we see politician Petro Poroshenko leaving the group, but he rejoins, when USA asks the President of Ukraine Zelensky about a business deal.
Later, Ukraine talks about the Credit issue, and International Monetary Fund leaves the group, but at the very next moment when Ukraine has asked “When can we pay back the tranch” IMF returned to the group.
The chat icons are the flags of their respective countries.
After a while, USA sends a message, saying: “You are such a beautiful lady”, and deletes it immediately, as it was sent on the wrong chat.
USA, later, claimed that they would buy Greenland.
Denmark answered that it is not for sale. Soon, China replied: “We can create a copy and sell it to you 10 times cheaper.”
President Zelensky was a well-known comedian before assuming office.
It’s still unclear how the video was leaked.
The President of Ukraine made a presentation at a conference, this was his opening...— Rema Rajeshwari IPS (@rama_rajeswari) September 21, 2019
Hilarious take on the global state of affairs.
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Part IIðŸ‘‡ðŸ» pic.twitter.com/NsN2y2kp8d— Rema Rajeshwari IPS (@rama_rajeswari) September 21, 2019