UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he had recommended President Volodymyr Zelensky and refugee families in the United Kingdom amid Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine.
Mr Johnson said he spoke to Mr Zelensky regularly and Mr Zelensky was a “charming man and an inspiration”.
According to the British Prime Minister, the possibility of Mr. Zelensky and his family taking refuge in the UK has been discussed, but “Mr. Zelenskyu was always clear, he said he had an obligation to the Ukrainian people; he decided to stay there to take care of the people. I have to say I admire him.“
On February 24, Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine after the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics (DPR and LPR) called for help in defending themselves against Kyiv forces.
Russia says that the goal of the special operation is the demilitarization and “de-fascistization” of Ukraine and that only military infrastructure is the target. Moscow has repeatedly stressed that it has no plans to occupy Ukraine.
According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia’s goal is to protect the people of Donbas.
In response to Russia’s activities, Western countries have launched a comprehensive sanctions campaign against Moscow, including airspace closures and restrictive measures targeting various officials and entities. Russian media and financial institutions.
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