Germany and the United Kingdom have offered more weapons to Ukraine as a show of solidarity.

 


BERLIN: Germany and the United Kingdom vowed to send more weapons to Ukraine and to work together to put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin, downplaying differences over tougher sanctions against Moscow. 

Following talks in Downing Street, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the United Kingdom would send an additional 100 million pounds ($130 million) in military equipment, including precision munitions that can linger in the sky until they hit their target. 

Chancellor Olaf Scholz stated that Germany would continue deliveries to Kyiv without specifying the types or quantities. 

"Unity is essential," Scholz said. "Unity within the EU, unity within the G-7, and unity within NATO." Putin was taken aback by everything that happened. He was certain that we would be split. And he needed to see that we were united and will remain united. 

Despite years of tension over Brexit, the two leaders put on a show of unity, announcing plans for regular government consultations, including a joint Cabinet meeting, to liaise more closely on issues ranging from defence and security to economic and scientific cooperation. 

Russia's attacks on civilians were condemned by both leaders. On Friday, Johnson referred to a "unconscionable bombing" of refugees at a train station in eastern Ukraine. "It is a war crime to attack civilians indiscriminately, and Russia's crimes in Ukraine will not go unnoticed or unpunished," he said.


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