UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and French President, Emmanuel Macron have boasted that their countries’ help to Ukraine is yielding positive results
In a phone call on Tuesday, both leaders said they must not stop to offer help to the country invaded by Russia in February 2022.
They claimed that the Ukrainian military is “making a significant difference” in the war against Russia.
“They agreed that UK and French efforts to train and equip Ukrainian troops were making a significant difference in the war,” according to a readout provided by Downing Street.
Macron and Johnson, according to the statement, also agreed that “western war fatigue cannot be allowed to set in.”
Both sides reiterated the determination to support Ukraine for “as long as necessary,” according to a statement from Élysée Palace.
They also discussed other issues, including the food crisis “caused by the Russian aggression against Ukraine.”