UK Foreign Secretary in Odesa praises successes of Ukraine’s Armed Forces in Black Sea
Newly appointed UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron has arrived in Odesa after an unannounced visit to Kyiv.
Source: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, as reported by European Pravda.
Kuleba posted a video with his British counterpart, filmed in Odesa, on his Instagram account.
Quote: “I am very proud to be here in Odesa on the Black Sea. It is so important what the Ukrainian Navy has accomplished – pushing back the Russians, opening these new sea lanes. I am proud that Britain is playing its part, and we are going to continue to play our part. There is more to come,” Cameron said on video.
Kuleba thanked Cameron for saying that the United Kingdom is impressed by Ukraine’s successes in the Black Sea and will increase its support for Ukraine.
“Wait for more news to come on the UK-Ukrainian relations towards our victory,” Kuleba said.
- Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron made his first working visit abroad in his new position to Ukraine and met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
- At the meeting, Cameron assured Zelenskyy that the UK will work to maintain focus on Ukraine.
- Cameron said the Russian authorities will not be able to “wait this war out” until the West loses interest in Ukraine.
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