Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was involved in a car accident in Kiev on Wednesday.
A motorist collided with the car Zelensky was traveling in as he made his way back to Kiev after a visit with troops.
According to reports, a doctor who examined Zelensky said his injuries were not serious.
“The president was examined by a doctor, no serious injuries were detected.” Zelensky’s spokesman Sergii Nykyforov said.
“All circumstances of the accident will be investigated by law enforcement officers,” he added.
Perhaps Joe Biden should send Zelensky another $5 billion to make him feel better?
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s car collided with another vehicle early Thursday after a battlefield visit, but he was not seriously injured, his spokesman said.
Zelenskyy was returning to Kyiv from the Kharkiv region, where he visited troops in the recaptured city of Izium.
A passenger vehicle collided with the president’s motorcade in the Ukrainian capital, his spokesman, Sergii Nikiforov, said in a Facebook post.
The driver of the other vehicle received first aid from Zelenskyy’s medical team and was taken away by ambulance, he said. Medics examined the president, who suffered no serious injuries, Nikiforov wrote. He did not specify what injuries Zelenskyy might have suffered.