British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will use the G7 and NATO summits to call on France and Germany to provide more military support to Ukraine, independent.co.uk writes.
Johnson’s official spokesperson said the PM would challenge fellow leaders to “empower president Zelensky and Ukraine to achieve the outcome they want.
Johnson also warned that the G7 and NATO allies should not encourage Ukraine to agree to unfavorable terms of peace at a time when russia’s brutal war is dragging on.
“My message to colleagues at the G7 and at NATO, in particular, is … now is not the time to settle and encourage the Ukrainians to settle for a bad peace, for a peace for which they are invited to give up chunks of their territory in return for a ceasefire,” he said.
The G7 summit will take place on 26-28 June in Bavaria, Germany, and the NATO summit on 28-30 June in Madrid.