Johnson: I was never so sure that Ukraine would win (video)

The head of the British government noted that the Ukrainians have demonstrated to the whole world that nothing can overcome a people who have decided to be free.

Boris Johnson expressed confidence that Ukraine will win the war with Russia / photo REUTERS
Boris Johnson expressed confidence that Ukraine will win the war with Russia / photo REUTERS

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed confidence that Ukraine will win the war with Russia.

The British Prime Minister said this in an address on the occasion of the victory over Nazism in World War II.

Johnson expressed his support for Ukrainians who bravely resist Russian military aggression and ask for nothing “except peace and freedom in their own land.”

“I was never so sure that Ukraine would win. Ukraine would be free and a sovereign Ukraine would rise again,” Johnson said.

The British Prime Minister drew attention to the fact that Ukraine has been opposing Russian aggression for the 75th day. In particular, as Johnson noted, the Ukrainians repelled the attack on Kyiv and destroyed the plan of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The head of the British government noted that the Ukrainians have demonstrated to the whole world that nothing can overcome a people who have decided to be free.

Johnson assured that Britain would stand side by side with Ukraine for as long as necessary. He recalled that the UK is helping Ukraine by providing weapons. And after the war, according to Johnson, Britain will help rebuild Ukraine and protect itself from possible future aggression.

https://www.unian.net/player/GtEPibi2Boris Johnson expressed confidence that Ukraine will win the war with Russia

On the eve of Boris Johnson, in his congratulations on Victory in Europe Day, he mentioned Russia’s war against Ukraine and promised to support the Ukrainians.

“On Victory in Europe Day, when we remember those who gave their lives for our freedom and future, we also think of those who died or were injured as a result of Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine. Our respect and gratitude to those who fought in previous conflicts strengthens our resolute determination to support the Ukrainian people in their struggle. We will not forget the contribution of different generations for the sake of peace and freedom in Europe,” the British Prime Minister said.

(C)UNIAN 2022

5 comments

  1. Europe is under new military and security leadership. Its not Vladolf by default anymore and nor is it the NATO bureaucrats. For the next few years it is Zelensky and his band of patriotic Cossacks.

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  2. You are a true friend Boris. You have done well, especially considering there are no votes in it for you.
    What you have got to try to do is get your more powerful ally; the US, on the same wavelength and go the extra mile.
    It’s no good talking about what we will do after the war. This horror could indeed go on until putler dies or is killed. That means there is no alternative but to build Ukraine into a military superpower right now.
    As the putinazis hopefully get weaker, Ukraine must get exponentially stronger. Much of that $300 billion putinazi cash needs to go into the armed forces. Short term; providing long range cruise missiles, protecting all of Ukraine’s key cities from air attacks and increasing Ukraine’s combat troops resources. Longer term; building a large, modern Air Force and navy.

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    • My understanding is Israel’s Iron Dome is coming. That is the first step top to providing a good aerial defense.

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  3. To be truthful, I wasn’t very confident either that Ukraine could withstand the mafia army. Although I knew that the morale in the mafia army would be terrible, I still thought that the Ukrainian army might last maybe three or four weeks or so. However, I was very certain that, generally, they would not give up and fight as partisans after the regular army was ground to dust. I guess no one could foresee the utter incompetence in the mafia system.

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