British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he had to resign if his government could not continue to support Ukraine. He said this on the air of Radio 4, reports BBC.
Asked whether he believes leadership is driven by moral issues and whether there are any circumstances in which he would have resigned, Johnson pointed to support for Ukraine as one such circumstance.
"Of course I believe there are. If I were forced to withdraw my support for Ukraine because it's getting too complicated, that the cost of supporting this nation is too great and provoking inflation, causing economic damage, I would admit that I had lost a very important bet, and I would go. But so far I don't see that," the prime minister said.