Boris Johnson called on the G7 and NATO not to encourage Ukraine to agree to a “bad peace”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged the G7 and NATO not encourage a “bad peace” in Ukraine. His words are reported by the publication The Guardian.
“Now is not the time to encourage Ukrainians to agree to a bad peace, to a peace for which they are offered to give up pieces of their territory in exchange for a ceasefire. I think it would be a disaster,” the prime minister conveyed a message to “colleagues from the G7 and NATO.”
June 22 Boris Johnson urged restore Ukrainian territory within the borders until February 24, that is, before the start of the Russian operation in Ukraine. Then he also added that Kyiv will not give up territory in exchange for peace and will refuse to sign a “bad” agreement.