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UK will send ambulances to Ukraine, says Cleverly

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Foreign secretary James Cleverly is on a visit to the capital Kyiv. He is set to hold talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Mr Cleverly said the UK stands "shoulder to shoulder with Ukraine" and that Russia's attack "will fail"
Published 3 months ago · Kyiv, Ukraine

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British Foreign Minister arrived in Kyiv

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