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Zelensky is sad about Johnson's departure, and Russia shows its disdain

Russia and Ukraine, both in a war-like spiral since February ended, were more hostile to the resignation of the British Head of Government.

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Zelensky is sad about Johnson's departure, and Russia shows its disdain

Russia and Ukraine, both in a war-like spiral since February ended, were more hostile to the resignation of the British Head of Government. The Ukrainian president Volodimir Zeleski called the previous tenant of Downing Street "sadness" and was greeted by a harsh message from the Kremlin. Dmitri PESK, Vladimir Putin's spokesperson, said that Johnson doesn't want us and neither does he.

Perspective. Zelensky allowed it to be stated in an official document that kyiv has lost one of its greatest supporters. The statement states that "we have no doubt that UK will continue to support, but his personal leadership was special" and acknowledges this. He also stated that Johnson's death was not only regretted by him but by the Ukrainian society as a whole, which is very supportive of you.

We want to thank you for your support during the "most difficult" times of the war. This contrasts with Moscow’s criticisms. Peskov stated that he hopes to see more professionals in Britain who are able to understand the need to solve problems through dialogue.

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