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Ukraine war: Keep up unity amid war fatigue, says PM

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Prime minister will pledge £429m in guarantees for World Bank lending. He will attend the G7 summit in Germany and Nato's meeting in Madrid. By-election defeats in Wakefield and Tiverton and Honiton have led to calls for a change in leadership.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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BBC News

Ukraine war: Keep up unity amid war fatigue, says PM

Boris Johnson says the higher food and energy costs from the conflict are the price of freedom.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Hindustan Times

UK's Johnson urges G7 not to 'give up' on Ukraine

"Ukraine can win and it will win. But they need our backing to do so. Now is not the time to give up on Ukraine," Johnson said in a statement on the eve of a Group of Seven wealthy nations summit in the Bavarian Alps.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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The Straits Times

Britain's Boris Johnson urges G-7 not to 'give up' on Ukraine

British PM pledges fresh financial support for Kyiv. Read more at straitstimes.com.

2 months ago·Singapore
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Al Arabiya

UK PM Johnson urges G7 not to ‘give up’ on Ukraine, pledges fresh financial support

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday urged fellow G7 leaders not to “give up” on Ukraine four months into Russia’s grinding war, as he pledged

2 months ago·Saudi Arabia
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Ukrinform

Now is not the time to turn away from Ukraine - Johnson

Ukraine is now more than ever in need of support and determination from the G-7 countries, so it is not time to stop doing so. — Ukrinform.

2 months ago·Ukraine
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Republic World

Boris Johnson urges G7 'not to give up' on Ukraine, vows $525mn in loan guarantees to Kyiv

UK PM Boris Johnson made it strikingly clear that any sign of fatigue or wavering in Western support to Ukraine will only pay directly into Russia's hands.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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