Ukraine and Britain signed Declaration of Unity

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy during his visit to Great Britain on February 8, 2023, signed the Declaration of Unity with the Prime Minister of Great Britain Rishi Sunak, aimed at deepening support and assistance in the reconstruction of Ukraine.

Source: Joint Declaration between Ukraine and Great Britain

The document states that Britain has already provided Ukraine with almost 4 billion pounds of military, humanitarian and economic support, of which 2.3 billion is military aid, which is the largest after the United States in terms of volume.

Britain is committed to continuing this support, helping to restore the Ukrainian energy system, and other civil infrastructure facilities, as well as continuing sanctions pressure on Russia – including the use of frozen Russian assets for the benefit of Ukraine.

“Ahead of the Vilnius Summit, we will work with Allies to deepen Ukraine’s interoperability with NATO, and to accelerate Ukraine’s transition to NATO standards,” the Joint Declaration between Ukraine and Great Britain states.

Separately, Britain emphasizes its support for the “peace formula” proposed by the President of Ukraine, and is ready to play a leading role in its implementation, and also announced the holding of the Ukraine Recovery Conference on June 21-22 in London.

“We are confident, that together with our allies and partners, we will defeat Russia’s illegal and unprovoked invasion, and build a stronger Ukraine, where peace and prosperity will prevail,” concluded the text of Declaration of Unity between Ukraine and Britain.

See also: UK will train Ukrainian fighter jet pilots, – British government

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