Johnson: Big powers should not push Ukraine towards ‘bad peace deal’

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky should not be pressured by major powers to accept a burdensome peace deal with Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday, speaking at a cabinet meeting, according to Reuters.

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During the meeting, British Foreign Secretary Liz Tras noted that London was preparing for further sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, a spokesman for Mr Johnson told reporters.

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The head of the British government, who survived a motion of censure within the ruling Conservative Union Party’s parliamentary group, told his ministers that Britain was “at the forefront” of Ukraine’s support, according to the spokesman.

The prime minister said it would be important for President Zelensky not to be forced to accept a bad peace, adding that “bad peace agreements do not last long.” to have borne fruit “, he concluded.

Source: Capital

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