The Foreign Secretary Lord David Cameron has told delegates at the World Economic Forum in the luxury Swiss ski resort in Davos that we are living in “dangerous times.”
Lord Cameron will meet with Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates, US counterpart Antony Blinken and the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba during his two-day visit in Davos.
Lord Cameron warned that we are “very unstable, uncertain and dangerous times” and that “climate change is sadly growing.”
The Foreign Secretary said, “The world has changed significantly since I first entered government, and we live in very unstable, uncertain and dangerous times,” former prime minister Lord Cameron said.
“The global impact of conflicts, diseases and climate change is sadly growing. But as the challenges increase, so too must our efforts.
“In my discussion with foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba, I will make clear the UK will continue to be a steadfast supporter of Ukraine, so it not only wins the war, but emerges from it as a strong, sovereign, and free country.
“Ukraine is standing up for the rules that keep us all safe. This is why the UK has provided almost £12 billion in support to Ukraine.
“We will stand with them for as long as it takes to achieve victory.”