London [UK]Feb 24 (ANI): British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will call on international partners to help Ukraine decimate Russian forces beyond the front lines of the conflict at a G7 meeting on Friday. He is expected to reiterate Britain’s support for countries that can supply Ukraine with jets in the ongoing conflict.
“He will tell world leaders that the advanced capabilities will help protect critical civilian infrastructure and protect front-line defences. He is also expected to reiterate Britain’s support for countries that can provide jets to Ukraine to help resolve the immediate conflict,” he said. The Prime Minister’s Office said in a press release.
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Earlier this month, Sunak raised the issue of the possible supply of long-range weapons to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenkisy during a visit to the UK. During the G7 meeting, Prime Minister Sunak will praise the strength of the international community in supporting Ukraine. He will call for longer-range weapons to be supplied to Ukraine.
Sunak will join military personnel in Downing Street at 11am local time to pay tribute to all Ukrainians for their bravery and courage in fighting Russia, according to a press release. Sunak and Ukraine’s ambassador to the UK, Vadym Prystaiko, will host members of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and representatives from the 10 countries that support the government’s Interflex training program in Downing Street.
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In a press release, Rishi Sunak said: “As we mark the one-year anniversary of the outbreak of all-out war on our continent, I urge everyone to reflect on the courage and courage of our Ukrainian friends who have fought for their country every moment since. .”
He added: “I am proud that the UK has stood alongside Ukraine in this horrific conflict. As I stand with the brave Ukrainian soldiers outside Downing Street today, my thoughts are with all that are doing for the war.” With those who make the ultimate sacrifice. Defend freedom and restore peace to Europe.” It is worth noting that the UK has been providing economic and defense support to Ukraine since Moscow began its attack on Kiev.
According to the press release, Sunak is expected to say: “For Ukraine to win this war and accelerate that day, they must gain a decisive advantage on the battlefield. This is what it takes to change Putin’s mentality. This must be our priority now. We There needs to be an accelerated pace in artillery, armor and air defense, rather than an incremental approach.”
Countries condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Thursday as the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) voted on a resolution on the need for a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine.
The parliament demanded that Moscow withdraw from Kiev “immediately” and called on the need for a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine. 141 votes were in favour, 32 abstentions from India and China, and 7 votes against. (Arnie)
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