Britain is considering sending armored vehicles to Ukraine to help stop the “humanitarian catastrophe” in Mariupol, the prime minister said.
Boris Johnson said the UK is “getting up a gear” in military aid to Ukraine, including possibly supplying armored personnel carriers.
He also said sanctions must remain in place until every Russian soldier has left Ukraine, including Crimea, and questioned the value of talks between France’s President Macron and President Putin, saying the Russian leader was “not to be trusted”.
Questions have been raised about whether the UK could act as a “guarantor” for a peace deal between Russia and Ukraine. Ukraine has specifically asked for the UK to take on the role.
Dominic Raab, the Minister of Justice, suggested that…