President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a meeting with Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of Great Britain Boris Johnson.
“The Ukrainian President expressed gratitude to the UK for constantly supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity noting the role of the United Kingdom in the international organisations like G7, NATO,” the press statement reads.
Poroshenko highly appreciated the contribution of Great Britain to the training of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and expressed hope that cooperation in that sphere would be continued and enhanced.
Ukraine's President informed the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of Great Britain on the situation in Donbas.
In turn, Boris Johnson emphasised that Ukraine was among priorities of his activities and it is not a coincidence that Ukraine had become one of the first countries he has visited in his new position.
“Ukraine is a victim of unacceptable aggression. We are 100% determined in putting pressure on Russia,” Boris Johnson said speaking of the British Government’s position. He added that Great Britain “is willing to support sanctions against the aggressor,” he said.