The heads of the foreign affairs agencies of the United States and Great Britain held talks in London and discussed the aggressive policy of Russia, as well as developed a common position in support of Ukraine against the background of the latest escalation of the Kremlin.
About it Anthony Blinken and Dominic Raab said during a briefing on the results of the talks on Monday, according to the page Twitter Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom.
“We discussed a whole range of security issues – Iran, Afghanistan, constant concerns about Russia, in particular on the border with Ukraine. We stand side by side on these issues, and I welcome the strong commitment of the United States to the NATO Alliance,” the British Foreign Minister said in a statement.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken thanked the United Kingdom for “joining the United States in bringing Russia to justice” for its reckless and aggressive actions.
He also added that they jointly reaffirmed their unwavering support for the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.
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Blinken previously noted that the United States supports joint statement European officials, which condemns sanctions affecting senior officials in Brussels, the secretary of state said on Twitter.
Recall Anthony Blinken May 5 will arrive in Kiev on a two-day visit, State Department Speaker Ned Price said in a statement released Friday.