Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska said in The Economist podcast that she does not want to see her husband, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, as president in the future.
“I don’t want him to be president for the next term or the next two terms. It’s impossible,” Zelenska said.
The First Lady believes that after the war Zelenskyy and she need to find something new in life.
The Economist journalists asked Zelenska what she envisions for the future after the war for herself and her family.
“Our family will reunite. We will live together with my husband and children. All the time. After that, we’ll take a vacation and go somewhere, I don’t even know where, anywhere, but together, all four of us. And this vacation will be long – a whole month. And only after that we will think about what to do next, him and me,” she replied.
In October, Zelenskyy told Romanian media that he is ready to run in presidential elections if they are held during the war, but will refuse if they are after the war. At the same time, the head of the President’s Office Andriy Yermak would like Zelenskyy to run again for the post of head of state.