[キーウ １６日 ロイター] – British Foreign Secretary David Cameron visited Ukraine on his first foreign trip since taking office, and met with President Zelenskiy in Kyiv. He said in a video released by the Ukrainian President’s Office that he wanted to highlight Britain’s support for Ukraine.
Mr Zelenskiy said he appreciated Mr Cameron’s visit as the world’s attention shifted from Ukraine to the Middle East.
“The world is not paying as much attention to the war situation in Ukraine. This divided focus is really unhelpful.”
Cameron vowed to provide not only moral support and diplomatic support, but also the military support Ukraine needs over the long term. He also said he would work with his allies to “bring attention to Ukraine.”
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Kuleba announced that he had met with Cameron at the Foreign Office, and posted on X (formerly Twitter) that Britain’s support policy, including the provision of weapons, was unwavering.
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