British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called on world leaders to ignore any calls from Moscow for a ceasefire in the war in Ukraine. According to him, to begin with, the Russian Federation must leave the occupied territories. He said this during an address to the participants of the meeting of the leaders of the Joint Expeditionary Force of Great Britain, reports Sky News.
According to him, any appeals from Russia of this nature are senseless under the current conditions.
"It should be clear to us that any unilateral call by Russia for a ceasefire is completely meaningless in the current context," he said.
The British head of government also said that NATO countries should provide more military aid to Ukraine, including air defense systems, artillery and armored vehicles.