Connect with us

NEWS

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes on trip to Kyiv, his second visit since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (photos/video)

Published

on

Boris Johnson has made his second go to to Kyiv since Russia invaded Ukraine.

 

The British prime minister met with President Volodymyr Zelensky within the capital of Ukraine in the present day to supply a brand new navy coaching programme which is able to see the UK practice as much as 120,000 Ukranian troops each 120 days below the brand new proposals.

 

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes on trip to Kyiv, his second visit since Russia

Posting on Twitter on Friday, June 17, Johnson wrote: ‘Mr President, Volodymyr. It’s good to be in Kyiv once more.’

The prime minister had been anticipated to look at a Tory convention in Doncaster in the present day, however cancelled to make the journey to Kyiv as a substitute.

 

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes on trip to Kyiv, his second visit since Russia

Each leaders gave speeches from Kyiv this afternoon and spoke of the ‘deliberate focusing on of civilians’ by Russia.

Talking to Zelensky, Johnson mentioned: ‘I utterly perceive why you and your folks could make no compromise with Putin.

‘We’re with you to provide the strategic endurance you’ll need.’

 

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes on trip to Kyiv, his second visit since Russia

A message on Zelensky’s Telegram account earlier this afternoon learn: ‘Many days of this conflict have proved that Nice Britain’s assist for Ukraine is agency and resolute.

‘Glad to see our nation’s nice buddy Boris Johnson in Kyiv once more.’

A video alongside the message confirmed Johnson arriving in a silver automobile earlier than strolling down a crimson carpet to shake fingers with Zelensky.

The pair then transfer inside and are filmed talking at a gathering desk.

 

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes on trip to Kyiv, his second visit since Russia

 

Johnson additionally considered destroyed tanks and broken armoured autos that are at present on show at Saint Michael’s Sq. in Kyiv.

 

Share this Story
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Advertisement

TRENDING