Lord David Cameron has arrived in Kyiv to assure President Volodymyr Zelensky that the UK will support Ukraine for “however long it takes.”
Lord Cameron who has been appointed as the Foreign Secretary this week used his first overseas trip to visit Ukraine.
Lord Cameron and Zelensky discusses further supplies of weapons, joining NATO and the counteroffensive which has somewhat slowed.
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Lord Cameron said: “We will continue to give you the moral support, the diplomatic support, the economic support, but above all the military support that you need – not just this year and next year, but for however long it takes.
“I had some disagreements with my friend Boris Johnson, we’ve known each other for 40 years, and his support for you was the finest thing that he and his governments did.”
Zelensky said: “We had a good meeting focused on weapons for the frontline, strengthening air defence, and protecting our people and critical infrastructure.
“I am grateful to the UK for its support!”