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"We will be together with the children": Zelenska stated that she does not want her husband to run for president again

Olena Zelenska talked about her attitude towards another presidential term for her husband

The First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, does not want her husband, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, to remain in office for one or more terms.

She expressed this sentiment in a podcast by The Economist while answering a question about her vision for the future after the war for herself and her family.

"I don't want him to be president for the next term or the next two terms," stated Zelenskyi's wife.

According to the First Lady of Ukraine, she and her husband need to explore new aspects of life in the future. She believes that both of them are creative enough to discover interesting activities for themselves.

Olena Zelenska does not envision politics in her family's future after the war. Her current and only dream is for her, her husband, and her children to be together again.

They plan to contemplate Volodymyr and Olena Zelensky's activities during peacetime after their "long" vacation.

"Our family will be together again. We will live together, with my husband and children. All the time. We will take a vacation and go somewhere, I don't know where, but together, all four of us. And this vacation will be long - a whole month. And after that, we will think about what to do next, he and I," Olena Zelenska shared.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Financial Times recognized Olena Zelenska as one of the most influential women in the world. She was acknowledged in the "heroes" category in the list of 25 winners.

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