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Ukraine. Cameron in Kiev: Ukraine has the right to attack targets in Russia with British weapons

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Ukraine has the right to use weapons from Great Britain to attack targets in Russia, British Foreign Minister David Cameron said on Thursday during his visit to Kiev. As the Ukrainian president's office reported on Friday, he met, among others, Volodymyr Zelensky.

The Ukrainian president's office announced on Friday that the head of British diplomacy, David Cameron, paid a visit to the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, where he discussed the situation on the front and support in defense against Russian aggression with President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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The meeting took place on Thursday. That day, Cameron declared in an interview with Reuters that London would provide Ukraine with three billion pounds in annual aid and stated that Ukraine had the right to use weapons from Great Britain to attack targets in Russia. – Ukraine has such a right. When Russia attacks Ukrainian territory, it is easy to understand why Ukraine feels the need to know that it is also defending itself, the British foreign minister said.

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On Friday, the press spokeswoman of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, commented on Cameron's statement. – Cameron's words are further evidence of the hybrid war that the West is waging against our country – she said. As she announced, “Russia is reacting to this and will continue to react.”

“Huge importance at this crucial moment”

After talks with Cameron, Zelensky thanked Great Britain for yet another package announced last week defense support worth 0.5 billion pounds – informed the presidential office in Kiev. – The transfer of this package, along with the extremely important US decision on aid, is of great importance at this crucial moment – said the Ukrainian president, quoted on the website of his office.

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On Friday, the British minister talked to the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Shmyhal.


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