Boris Johnson Makes Surprise Visit To Kyiv On Ukraine’s Independence Day

U.Okay. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a shock go to to Kyiv on Ukraine’s independence day.

The nation is celebrating 31 years because it declared independence from the Soviet Union.

It is usually six months since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began.

The British prime minister shared {a photograph} of himself alongside President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and tweeted: “What happens in Ukraine matters to us all.

“That is why I am in Kyiv today. That is why the UK will continue to stand with our Ukrainian friends.

“I believe Ukraine can and will win this war.”

Zelenskyy has vowed to struggle towards Vladimir Putin’s invasion “until the end” and pledged he wouldn’t make “any concession or compromise” to finish the battle.

“We don’t care what army you have, we only care about our land. We will fight for it until the end,” Zelenskyy mentioned in a video tackle on Wednesday.

Again in London, Downing Road is adorned with sunflowers, the nationwide flower of Ukraine, to mark the event.

Johnson’s go to comes amid issues that European assist for Ukraine’s battle towards Russia might dry up amid the price of dwelling disaster.

The Telegraph reported that U.Okay. diplomats have been travelling to European capitals to make the case towards slicing assist to Kyiv.