Britain does not feel entitled to advice Ukraine on presidential elections — cabinet
The British government does not feel entitled to advise Ukraine when it should hold presidential elections, an official representative of the UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak told TASS correspondent.
"It is not for us to comment on timing of elections in another country. We regularly speak with our Ukrainian partners and discuss ways to uphold democracy. I’m afraid there is nothing else I could add," he said.
The official representative of the head of the government did not unveil the volumes of the UK’s military assistance to Ukraine for 2024.
"UK has been a leading partner and has provided Ukraine almost five billion pounds of support. Alongside we have trained more than 30 thousand of Ukrainian troops [since 2022]. We will announce our further support in due course," he said.
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