Zelenski and Truss discuss a possible no-fly zone over Ukraine after Russia’s latest bombing raids

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The President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelenski, and the British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, have discussed this Monday a possible no-fly zone over Ukraine after the latest bombings carried out by Russia and which have left so far at least eleven dead.

“I have spoken to the British prime minister. We are counting on the United Kingdom and its leadership to strengthen international policy and defense support for Ukraine, especially regarding the protection of our skies,” the Ukrainian president said in a message posted on his Twitter account.

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The two have addressed several issues related to the possibility of increasing pressure against Russia, whose attacks have left more than 60 wounded throughout the day.

Shortly before, the foreign ministers of the United Kingdom and Ukraine, James Cleverly and Dimitro Kuleba, respectively, have held a conversation in which the head of the British diplomacy has conveyed to Kuleba “all his support.”

“Russia must be declared a terrorist state. Just as the UK stood up to Nazi lightning bombings, Ukraine will stand up to Russian missiles. Nothing will make us back down,” he pointed out.

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