“Since the first days of the war, Ukraine and Great Britain have been the strongest allies,” Volodymyr Zelensky wrote on Telegram.
Britain’s new prime minister, Rishi Sunak, has arrived in Kiev on his first visit since taking office, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Saturday. He thus intends to confirm London’s support for Kiev, says Downing Street.
“Since the first days of the war, Ukraine and Great Britain have been the strongest allies“, Volodymyr Zelensky wrote on Telegram, posting a video of his meeting with Rishi Sunak in Kiev.
“Britain will continue to support you”
“I am here today to say that Britain will continue to support you” Said Rishi Sunak in front of President Zelensky on a video released by the Ukrainian Presidency. “We will stay with you until Ukraine has won the peace and security it needs and deserves.“.
“It is a great lesson in humility to be with you in your country today“, he also said. “The courage of the Ukrainian people is an inspiration to the world“.
“We will tell our grandchildren your story, how a proud and sovereign people stood against a terrible attack, how you fought, how you sacrificed, how you wonobserved Rishi Sunak.
In London, Downing Street pointed out that Rishi Sunak had traveled to Kiev to “confirm supportfrom Great Britain to Ukraine.
“The Prime Minister is in Ukraine today on his first visit to Kiev to meet President (Volodymyr) Zelensky and confirm continued UK supportsaid Downing Street.
Great Britain”know what it means to fight for freedomRishi Sunak also tweeted. “We are with you all the way“.
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