“Zelenskyy chiede più sanzioni mentre Boris Johnson del Regno Unito fa una visita a sorpresa a Kiev. Zelenskyy chiede più sanzioni mentre Boris Johnson del Regno Unito fa una visita a sorpresa a Kiev. Zelenskyy chiede più sanzioni mentre Boris Johnson del Regno Unito fa una visita a sorpresa a Kiev,” ha esortato. “Vital assistance should be provided to Ukraine. We have asked for weapons. We’ve asked for financial assistance. We have asked for support to Ukraine and migrants for those 10 million people forced by Russians to flee their homes.”
The leader said he hoped that the courage showed by Ukrainians amidst Russia’s continued assault would be shared by everyone across the world and that others should “do everything to force Russia to seek peace” and hold soldiers and their commanders accountable for their crimes against his people.
Zelenskyy called on the democratic world to aid Ukraine’s effort.
“Ukrainian courage deserves respect. Convince your politicians. Stay with Ukraine. Stay with freedom. Stay with bravery,” Egli ha detto.
Canadian President Justin Trudeau, Polish President Andrzej Duda and head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen also gave short remarks.
Johnson’s office said the meeting was a “show of solidarity with the Ukrainian people.”
It came a day after Johnson pledged another $ 130 million in high-grade military equipment to Ukraine.
Following a devastating missile strike on Friday at the Kramatorsk train station – which killed at least 52 people and wounded more than 100 – civilian evacuations moved forward on Saturday before an expected Russian onslaught.
Russia denied responsibility for the killings and accused Ukraine’s military of firing on the station to try to turn blame for civilian casualties on Moscow.