Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin will visit the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv tomorrow.
"I don't think this is a secret that people from the US are coming to us tomorrow, State Secretary Mr. Blinken and the defense secretary (Lloyd Austin) who are coming to us," Zelensky said at a press conference held in an underground subway station in Kyiv.
Zelensky also said, "we will be expecting, when the security will allow, the President of the United States to come and to talk to us."
CNN has reached out to the US Department of Defense and Department of State for comment. The White House declined to comment on the potential trip.
US President Joe Biden said last week that he was still working with his team to determine whether he should dispatch a senior member of his administration to Ukraine.
On Sunday, many Ukrainians will observe Easter, in accordance with the Julian calendar.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited Zelensky in Kyiv on April 9.