British Foreign Secretary David Cameron has vowed to keep up military support for Ukraine during an announced trip to Kyiv for talks with President Volodymyr Zelensky, his office said today.
Former prime minister Cameron was in Kyiv on his first visit abroad as foreign minister of the UK, which has been a staunch military and political ally of Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
During a meeting with Zelensky, he noted that the country will continue to give Ukraine the moral support, diplomatic support, the economic support, but above all, the military support for however long it takes.
Zelensky thanked Cameron for making the trip while the world’s attention was on the conflict playing out in the Middle East
Ukraine’s foreign ministry said Cameron had attended talks on issues related to armaments, arms production, and security maritime security in the Black Sea