UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has said that the support of Ukraine from the West will continue "for years".
Source: Financial Times with reference to Rishi Sunak at a defence conference in London.
Details: Sunak emphasised that Russia's strategy of waiting for the West to "get tired, bored" and stop helping [Ukraine] is not going to work.
Quote: "We are now leading a conversation with allies about what longer-term multilateral and bilateral security agreements we can put in place with Ukraine," he said.
More details: The UK prime minister emphasised that the West's promises of long-term support are aimed both at giving Ukraine confidence in its ability to defend itself and at deterring Russia from continuing the war.
Background: Rishi Sunak has said that attempts to freeze the war in Ukraine at the present stage are "absolutely wrong" and must be stopped.
Sunak also emphasised that Ukraine must not only win the war but also achieve lasting and just peace. »