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"We must help with all our might": Cameron speaks of 'extremely dangerous moment' on Ukraine's frontline

Cameron calls on the West to help Ukraine more

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron called Russia's breakthrough into the border areas of Kharkiv region "an extremely dangerous moment." He emphasized the importance of partners taking all possible measures to support Ukraine.

He said this in an interview with Sky News. Cameron also suggested that American assistance could change the situation on the battlefield.

"This only emphasizes that we are talking about Putin's unjustified, illegal invasion of an independent, sovereign country. And now he has invaded it again from the north of Kharkiv. We must do everything we can to help Ukraine," the minister said.

Therefore, the Foreign Secretary emphasized the importance of the UK providing a 3 billion pound aid package for Ukraine per year.

In addition, during the interview, the British politician expressed the opinion that it would have been better if the $61 billion aid package from the United States to Ukraine had come earlier, as "Ukraine was suffering from a land war."

"We all need to do more, this is what the UK is doing, we are leading again. But American money will make a difference, so we must step in and give the Ukrainians the support they need," the British Foreign Secretary said.

At the same time, Cameron emphasized that the Ukrainian military continues to demonstrate high morale.

"I was there the other day - their morale is still strong, they are still inflicting terrible losses on the Russians. If only the Russians could see how many people they are losing," he added.

As a reminder, Foreign Secretary David Cameron said that the West's restraint only encourages the aggressors to escalate further. He called on NATO countries to take a tougher stance and increase defense spending.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA reported on Cameron's statement that Britain does not mind Ukraine using British weapons to strike at Russia. During his visit to Ukraine, he also promised about $3.74 billion in annual military aid to Kyiv - "as much as it takes."

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