Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy should not be constrained by world powers into tolerating a terrible harmony manage Russian President Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told his top group of clergymen on Tuesday.
At the bureau meeting, British unfamiliar priest Liz Truss additionally said London was preparing further authorizes against Russia for its intrusion of Ukraine, Johnson’s representative told correspondents.
Johnson, who endure a certainty vote welcomed by his legislators on Monday, told his priests Britain would “stay at the very front” of help for Ukraine, the representative added.
“He said it was imperative that President Zelenskiy was not forced into tolerating a terrible harmony, taking note of that terrible harmony bargains don’t stand the test of time. He said the world should stay away from any result where Putin’s unjustifiable hostility seems to have paid off,” the representative said. Reuters