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Boris Johnson tells Ukraine it will win

Boris Johnson tells Ukraine it will win

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Boris Johnson tells Ukraine it will win – watch as he emphasises that “Ukraine will win”

The West was too slow to act over Russian aggression in Ukraine, Boris Johnson has told Ukrainian MPs.

In a historic address to the Ukrainian parliament via video link, PM said Ukraine’s allies “cannot make the same mistake” as they did over the 2014 Crimea invasion.

MPs gathered to watch Boris Johnson address Verkhovna Rada, the Ukrainian parliament in Kyiv.

The politicians cheered at his words and flew the British flag.

Boris also echoed the words of Prime Minister Winston Churchill:  this is Ukraine’s finest hour, that will be remembered and recounted for generations to come.

Details of £300m of extra military aid were also announced by Mr Johnson.

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