Kiev and London agreed on steps to counter Russian aggression

Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Liz Truss and Dmitry Kuleba

Dmitry Kuleba thanked his British colleague for supporting Ukraine amid the risk of Russian invasion.

On Tuesday, February 15, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and the United Kingdom, Dmitry Kuleba and Liz Truss, held talks during which they discussed further actions in the face of the threat of a Russian attack on Ukraine, informed press service of the domestic Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

As indicated, the parties raised a number of topical issues on security and bilateral cooperation between states. Among them:

  • assessment of the dynamics of the security crisis created by Russia;

  • the next steps of Kiev and London to deter Russia from further aggression against Ukraine;

  • UK support for Ukrainian initiatives in the OSCE;

  • the destructiveness of the actions of the Russian parliament aimed at recognizing certain areas of the Lugansk and Donetsk regions as part of the Russian Federation;

  • preparation for the start of a new trilateral format of cooperation between Ukraine, Poland and the UK.

The head of Ukrainian diplomacy also expressed gratitude to his colleague for the large-scale support of Ukraine from Britain in the areas of security and finance against the background of the aggressive actions of the Russian Federation.

Recall Liz Truss this week will visit Ukraine. Her visit is scheduled for February 17-18.

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