The British Prime Minister called Ukrainian President Zelensky ‘good to see’

Hiroshima: British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy ‘good to see’.

According to foreign media reports, Rishi Sanak hugged Volodymyr Zelenskiy at the G7 summit in the Japanese city of Hiroshima and told him, “Ukraine, we are not going anywhere.”

After greeting each other with a hug, the British Prime Minister patted Zelenskiy on the back and said, “It’s good to see you, you’ve done it.”

Rishi Sanak was referring to the F-16s, shortly before the meeting the US agreed to supply Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets to fight Putin, and the G7 countries also agreed. .

The British prime minister and Ukrainian president have recently developed a close relationship, calling each other by their first names, Rishi Sanak told President Zelensky that his nation’s conflict with Russia would Support ‘is going nowhere.’

It should be noted that even in PakistanGood to see youThe words of ‘ are becoming the adornment of the media these days, the Chief Justice had said these words after seeing Imran Khan, after which he was also criticized in this regard.

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