London / Muhammad Musa / Anatolia
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday that he would reopen his embassy in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, next week, in a show of support for the Ukrainian people.
Speaking at a press conference during his visit to India, Johnson said the decision to reopen our embassy was due to the “exceptional diligence and success” of Ukrainian forces in resisting repeated attempts by Russian forces to enter Kiev.
He also praised British diplomats who have served throughout the period since the start of Russian military operations in Ukraine.
“We and our allies will not passively watch Russian President Vladimir Putin continue this attack,” Johnson said.
Last February, in the wake of the Ukraine-Russia crisis, the United Kingdom moved its embassy to the western city of Kiev, Liv.
The move by Britain to reopen its embassy in Kiev comes a day after Spain announced a similar move.
On February 24, Russia launched an offensive against Ukraine, which was followed by international rejection and severe sanctions against Moscow, for which Kiev had to abandon plans to join military institutions and end its operations, which the latter considered an “interruption.” Sovereignty.
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