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New Foreign Secretary David Cameron has made his first working visit to Ukraine, meeting President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv.
Mr Cameron reiterated the UK’s commitment to Ukraine through the war.
He promised to continue the Britain’s “moral support, the diplomatic, economic, but above all, military support”.
Mr Zelenksy thanked Mr Cameron for the UK’s continued backing.
The Ukrainian president congratulated Mr Cameron on his new appointment and thanked him for making his first working visit to Kyiv in his new position.
“This is very important, especially now, when the world is paying attention not only to the situation on the battlefield in Ukraine,” Mr Zelensky said, alluding to the Middle East.
“We are grateful for the unwavering support of Ukraine from the United Kingdom. We are grateful for the warm welcome of Ukrainian citizens in the UK. And we are glad that you came to Ukraine,” he said.
Mr Cameron said: “I’ve had some disagreements with Boris Johnson, we’ve known each other for 40 years, but his support for you was the finest thing he and his government did.”
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