London, June 26 (QNA) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a session of talks with French President Emmanuel Macron today on the sidelines of the Group of Seven summit held in southern Germany, during which they discussed ways to support Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia.
A statement issued by the British Prime Minister said that Johnson and Macron agreed that the current stage is a decisive moment in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, adding that there is an opportunity to reverse the course of the war stressing the need to support Ukraine to strengthen its position in the war and in any future negotiations.
Johnson stressed that any attempt to settle the conflict now would cause permanent instability and give Russia the opportunity to permanently exploit sovereign nations as well as global markets.
In a statement he gave earlier in the day before the start of the summit, the British Prime Minister stressed that the Ukrainians should not be encouraged to "a peace settlement whereby they give up parts of their lands in exchange for a ceasefire," noting that "Ukraine can win the war and will win, but it needs our support." to be able to do so." (QNA)
26 June 2022
Britain and France Discuss Support for Ukraine
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