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British foreign minister unveils more winter aid on Ukraine trip

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Russia-Ukraine War: James Cleverly, who met President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, condemned Russia for targeting civilians.
Published 2 months ago · Kyiv, Ukraine

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British foreign minister unveils more winter aid on Ukraine trip

Russia-Ukraine War: James Cleverly, who met President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, condemned Russia for targeting civilians.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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UK foreign minister unveils winter aid in Kyiv

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly unveiled millions of pounds in additional support for Ukraine during a visit to Kyiv on Friday (November 25), as the country grapples with Russian air strikes on vital infrastructure with winter setting in.

2 months ago·Southport, Australia
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UK foreign minister brings new aid to Kyiv

Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP), Nov 25 - UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly announced new aid for Ukraine on a visit to Kyiv on Friday, including ambulances and - Kenya breaking news

2 months ago·Nairobi, Kenya
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UK foreign minister unveils winter aid in Kyiv

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly unveiled millions of pounds in additional support for Ukraine during a visit to Kyiv on Friday (November 25), as the country grapples with Russian air strikes on vital infrastructure with winter setting in.

2 months ago·Toowoomba, Australia
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UK foreign minister unveils winter aid in Kyiv

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly unveiled millions of pounds in additional support for Ukraine during a visit to Kyiv on Friday (November 25), as the country grapples with Russian air strikes on vital infrastructure with winter setting in.

2 months ago
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