In Kiev, the name of Boris Johnson was immortalized on the “Alley of Courage”

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the “Alley of courage” in Kiev

A sign with the name of the resigned Prime Minister of great Britain Boris Johnson opened at the “Alley of courage” in Kiev, on Wednesday, reports the local edition “Explorer.”

In early July Johnson, who plays for the active supply of arms of Ukraine, announced his intention to resign after a series of scandals related to its personnel policy, and parties in the government residence in Downing street during a nationwide lockdown in connection with the coronavirus.

“The Day of independence of Ukraine on the “walk of Courage” in Kiev installed a sign with the name of Boris Johnson,” – said on the newspaper’s website.

About the visit of Johnson in Kiev independence Day of Ukraine reported in the office of the British Prime Minister, and the Ukrainian political leadership.

Earlier, Johnson had proposed to launch a large-scale training operation for the Ukrainian troops with the ability to cook up to 10 thousand soldiers every four months.

Since the beginning of the Russian military operation in February, the UK continues to supply Ukraine with various weapons, including anti-tank grenade launchers, armored vehicles, air defense systems and others. Earlier it was reported that the UK negotiates with Washington supplies to the Ukraine MLRS М270 American production. In addition, Britain has allocated more than 2 billion pounds to support Ukraine and deployed a long-range artillery, rockets of a class “earth – ship” and drones.

Russia had previously sent to NATO note due to supply arms to Ukraine. The head of the MD of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov noted that any goods that contain weapons to Ukraine will become a legitimate target for Russia. The foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation stated that NATO countries “playing with fire” supplying arms to Ukraine.

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. President Vladimir Putin called it a goal of “protecting people, who for eight years harassed, genocide by the Kiev regime”. To do this, he said, planned to hold a “demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine”, prosecute all war criminals, responsible for “crimes against civilians” of Donbass.

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