His services said on Saturday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson would present in London next week an international “action plan” aimed at “defeating” the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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In the wake of the “unprecedented” wave of Western sanctions against Russian interests in response to the armed attack in Ukraine, Boris Johnson is calling on the international community to renew its “concerted effort” against Moscow with these “six-in-one action plan points.” , He was to describe Sunday, Downing Street said in a statement.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a statement that “Putin must be defeated and we must ensure that he does not fail in this aggression.”
“It is not enough to express our support for an international order based on rules, we must defend it against the continuing attempts to rewrite the rules by military force,” he added.
To this end, Boris Johnson will meet on Downing Street on Monday, followed by a tripartite meeting with his Canadian counterparts Justin Trudeau and Dutchman Mark Rutte.
On Tuesday, he will meet in London with the leaders of the Wiskrat Group (V4), which unites Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The program includes mobilizing an international humanitarian alliance for Ukraine, supporting the country’s ability to defend itself, “increasing” economic pressure against the Russian regime, and preventing Russia from “insidiously normalizing” what it is doing to Ukraine. Launch a “rapid campaign” to strengthen security in the Euro-Atlantic region.