The UK remains at the forefront of defenders of Ukraine’s independence to “prevent Putin from turning back the clock by force of arms”. This came in an article from the newspaper “The Telegraph”, the British foreign minister and candidate for the leadership of the Labor Party, Les TrussOn the occasion of the Independence Day of Ukraine.
Thirty-one years ago, Ukraine took a decisive step forward on the path to free democracy. We were with them the whole time. The UK was one of the first countries to recognize Ukraine’s independence from the Soviet Union and is now at the forefront of supporting our friends in their fight to prevent Putin from turning back the clock by force of arms.” Truss wrote. To fight for the future of their country and for the inalienable right of all peoples to self-determination and freedom. What happens in Ukraine matters to all of us,” Truss continues. As Secretary of State, I have helped lead the international response and have worked hard to provide support in unison with our friends and allies. If I become prime minister, I will do everything I can to ensure that the flame of freedom continues to shine in Ukraine. Putin does It can prevail,” continues London’s head of diplomacy.
“Under my leadership, President (Volodymyr) Zelensky will have no greater ally in this dark hour than the UK. We are already at the forefront of international support in providing £2.3 billion in military aid, more than any other country in Europe,” Truss recalls. We have mobilized our G7 partners to target Russia with the toughest sanctions ever against a major economy. We’ve released information to deny Putin any strategic initiative, whether it’s massing his forces on the Ukrainian border before the invasion, or plotting to install a puppet government in Kyiv, or in their efforts to brutalize the conquered regions. ‘ Truss concludes.
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