British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Gelensky today discussed the “hateful siege” of Russia on Odessa and the international community’s efforts to avert a global food crisis.
In a telephone conversation, Boris Johnson stated that the United Kingdom “will continue to support the efforts of the valiant Ukrainian Armed Forces to defend their land against barbaric attacks and to provide them with the necessary equipment.” Downing. Street, the official residence of the head of the British administration.
The two leaders talked about “recent developments in the Donbass and eastern Ukraine” and the “disgusting siege of Odessa, Ukraine’s largest shipping port.”
Boris Johnson told President Volodymyr Zhelensky that “serious work is being done with international partners to find ways to export grain from Ukraine to avert a global food crisis,” a spokesman for the British administration said.
During the telephone conversation, the British Prime Minister acknowledged that the United Kingdom would “work with G7 allies to push for urgent progress” and that the two politicians should “allow the next steps and Russia to ease its blockade and secure ways”. Ships “.
“The Prime Minister [britânico] He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important for Ukraine’s victory and for Putin’s defeat.
At the same time, the Conservative leader of the United Kingdom, in a conversation with Zelensky, said, “Countries have an obligation to support Ukraine now and in the long run, so it is not in a position to be attacked again.”
Russia launched a military offensive in Ukraine on February 24 that killed more than 4,000 civilians, warning that the actual number could be much higher, according to the UN.
More than eight million people have been displaced by the military offensive, of which more than 6.6 million have fled the country, according to a recent UN report.
The Russian invasion was generally condemned by the international community, which responded by sending arms to Ukraine and strengthening economic and political sanctions on Moscow.
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