London — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron have agreed to further support Ukraine in the war with Russia, Johnson's office met as a bystander at the summit on Sunday. Said that.
"They agreed that this was a crucial moment in the process of conflict and that there was an opportunity to change the course of the war," a Downing Street spokesman said in a statement.
Both men "emphasized the need to support Ukraine to strengthen their hands in both war and future negotiations. President Macron emphasized the need for the Prime Minister's continued military against Ukraine. Praising the support, the leaders agreed to step up this work. " (Written by William Schomberg, edited by Toby Chopra)