UK Foreign Secretary Ukraine Visit Said Never Seen Such Devastation Before Putin Will Not Succeed Russia Ukraine War | ‘Never seen such devastation before…but Putin will not succeed’

Russia Ukraine War: The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on since 24 February. Till now hundreds of soldiers of both the countries have lost their lives in the war. Neither Putin nor Zelensky is ready to back down. However, Russia is facing criticism from many countries of the world for the war. At the same time, many countries have come forward in the war with Ukraine. In this episode, Britain has promised to give its full support to Ukraine. On Thursday, UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly visited Kyiv for the first time and during this he met leaders and officials of the Ukrainian government and also conducted a ground review of the war.

‘Never seen such devastation’

On a trip to Ukraine, Foreign Secretary James Cleverly told Sky News that Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to keep Ukrainians unstable and hungry this winter by attacking electricity and water supplies, but he Will fail in this. James further said that he had never seen such devastation before.

‘There was no electricity and water at the British ambassador’s residence’

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The UK Foreign Secretary also spoke of maintaining his support until Kyiv “prevails”. The UK Foreign Secretary also reacted to the endurance of Ukrainian citizens. In addition, he said the British ambassador’s residence in the capital had no electricity or water when he arrived on Wednesday following Russian missile attacks on the energy grid.

Johnson urges western countries

James Cleverly said the bulk of infrastructure funding would go to newly liberated areas such as Kherson in southern Ukraine. Notably, this week, former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, speaking on a program on CNN Portugal, urged the West to fulfill Ukraine’s call for fixed-wing aircraft, so that it could be “Iranian-supplied”. May you get the courage to fight against the drones”.

Rishi Sunak met President Zelensky

Significantly, after becoming the Prime Minister of Britain, Rishi Sunak made his first visit to Ukraine on 19 November. During this he met President Volodymyr Zelensky. Rishi Sunak assured Zelensky of continuing UK support. Sunak tweeted, “Britain knows what it means to fight for freedom.” Britain’s PM told Zelensky, “We are with you in every way.”

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