The head of the British Foreign Ministry visited Odesa. He was presented with Ukrainian wheat


About this told Oleg Kiper, head of Odesa OVA.

“The head of British diplomacy, David Cameron, was presented with bags of native wheat. We are sincerely grateful to the United Kingdom for unwavering support on the way to our Victory over Russia and strengthening the state’s defense capabilities, so that Ukraine can continue to ensure world food security,” he wrote on his Facebook page. .

Photo: Oleg Kiper’s Facebook page

The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Great Britain, David Cameron, who visited Ukraine, today, November 16, visited Odesa together with his Ukrainian colleague Dmytro Kuleba. During the visit, he got acquainted with the consequences of Russian terrorism aimed at Ukrainian grain, port civil infrastructure and architectural monuments of Odessa.

As Oleg Kiper noted, Cameron saw with his own eyes the devastation caused by Russian shelling, and strongly condemned Russia’s terrorist attacks against Ukraine. David Cameron also expressed his respect for the Ukrainian military, who defend our country on land, at sea, and in the sky.

“I am grateful to my colleague for highlighting Ukraine’s outstanding success in turning the Russian fleet away from our shores and restoring the grain corridor. Today we discussed the next joint steps to bring Ukraine’s victory closer,” – commented trip to Odesa, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba.

  • On Thursday, November 16, David Cameron arrived in Ukraine. This is his first visit after being appointed as the head of the British Foreign Ministry. Cameron met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyi, during the conversation they discussed weapons for the Ukrainian military, strengthening of air defense, protection of Ukrainians and critical infrastructure. The situation in the Black Sea and the further work of the “grain corridor” was also an important issue.



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