After the security agreement with the United Kingdom, Ukraine wants to sign other agreements, especially with the United States
Denis Shmyhal, Ukrainian Prime Minister Comment on the bilateral security agreement Signed on January 12 between Ukraine and the United Kingdom. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced today, Friday, while traveling to Kiev, the signing of a ten-year security agreement between his country and Ukraine, which he praised as a ” Unprecedented “ By President Volodymyr Zelensky. “The security agreement between Ukraine and Great Britain provides for cooperation in all areas: on land, in the air, at sea, in political space and cyberspace. (…) The agreement covers all areas of cooperation: security, financial support and sanctions. »
“Not only must the UK respond within twenty-four hours in the event of aggression against Ukraine, Ukraine will also defend its ally and partner within twenty-four hours, and will respond in any way to support the UK if Russia wants to attack our territory.” “Friend, partner and ally”said Dennis Shmyhal. He expressed confidence that other countries would sign similar agreements with Ukraine. “We are negotiating with partners to sign similar contracts. Especially with the United States. »
This text comes in the wake of the promises of bilateral agreements made by the G7 countries at the NATO summit in Vilnius last year. The United Kingdom, Ukraine's primary supporter in the face of the Russian invasion, is the first country to reach a final agreement, according to Downing Street.
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