NATO-Ukraine Council: David Cameron to “galvanise support for Ukraine”

NATO-Ukraine Council: David Cameron to “galvanise support for Ukraine”

During a meeting of Foreign Ministers in Brussels today (28th November), UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron intends to galvanise support for Ukraine among NATO Allies during this week’s meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council.

At a gathering of the NATO-Ukraine Council tomorrow, due to be attended by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba, the Foreign Secretary will update his counterparts on his recent visit to Kyiv, his first trip in his new role, and underline that the UK remains firmly behind Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression, urging Allies not to waver in their support.

The Foreign Secretary will also set out the need for Sweden’s urgent accession to the Alliance, stating that the agreement would mark a critical step forward in strengthening peace and stability in Europe.

David Cameron

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