• 25/04/2024 07:04

Ukraine will also defend Britain in the event of an attack on it – Szmigal on the bilateral agreement

The Prime Minister noted that the agreement is bilateral, a partnership.

Ukraine will also defend Britain in the event of an attack on it, – Shmigal on a bilateral agreement < /> Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmigal emphasized, that the security agreement between Ukraine and the UK is a fair agreement, bilateral and partnership, Ukrinform reports. </p>
<p>“It is very important that this is a fair agreement. It is two-sided, it is a partnership. It's about our alliance with Great Britain. It means that after the end of this war, not only Great Britain must respond within 24 hours if aggression against Ukraine occurs. Ukraine will also protect its ally, its partner, and respond in one way or another within 24 hours to support Great Britain if Russia wants to attack,” Szmigal said during the telethon.</p>
<p>He stressed that the agreement has been concluded for 10 years and includes all areas of cooperation both in the field of security and in the field of financial and sanctions support.</p>
<p>“<b>This agreement has become a standard</b>. And it is very important that the standard includes maximum guarantees for our state and there is cooperation in all areas – support for Ukraine on land, in the air, at sea, in cyberspace, in political space,” the Prime Minister noted.</p>
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<p>Szmigal noted that this is the first international treaty of this level, and expressed confidence that this practice will be continued.</p>
<li>On January 12, Ukraine and Great Britain entered into an agreement on cooperation in the field of security. Britain's security obligations will remain in place until Ukraine joins NATO. The text of the agreement was published on the website of the head of state.</li>
<li>For his part, Deputy Chairman of the OP Igor Zhovkva noted that the British army will not fight for Ukraine after the signing of an agreement on security cooperation. </li>
<li>During a speech in the Verkhovna Rada, Rishi Sunak said that “we are not turning away, and Putin will never wait us out.”</li>
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