Boris Johnson talks of ‘unity’ to prevent ‘unnecessary bloodshed’ in Ukraine

The Prime Minister has called for western solidarity to avoid “unnecessary bloodshed” in Ukraine, as he prepares to address the Munich Security Conference in Germany.

Boris Johnson said: “I’ll be urging unity in the face of potential Russian aggression in Ukraine, and that unity is absolutely vital if we are going to deter what I think would be an absolutely catastrophic act of aggression by Vladimir Putin.”

“My message today is that there is still time to avert that disaster, that diplomacy can prevail. And that’s the message I’ll be taking to Munich,” Mr Johnson added.

Meanwhile, Russian-backed separatist leaders in eastern Ukraine have declared a full military mobilisation, amid concern that renewed fighting in the contested Donbas region of the country could be a trigger for Russian military action.

Last night, President Joe Biden said that Vladimir Putin had made the decision to invade Ukraine “within days”, including a targeted attack on the capital Kyiv.


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