Foreign Ministers of Ukraine and Britain discussed increasing pressure on Russia

The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom Elizabeth Truss discussed the issue of increasing sanctions on Russia and the release of prisoners of war held in Russian-occupied Donetsk.

Source: Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba

“During a telephone conversation with British counterpart Liz Truss, we coordinated the increase in pressure on Russia. I look forward to the next round of UK sanctions. We also agreed that no one in the world has the right to get tired of this war until Ukraine wins, ” Ukrainian Foreign Minister said.

The Foreign Minister of Ukraine also noted that he and Truss “strongly condemn the fictitious trial of prisoners of war in Russian-occupied Donetsk.”

“They are combatants and are protected by international humanitarian law, which requires appropriate relations. We continue to work together to ensure their release,” Kuleba added.

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