Liz Truss lays out Britain’s aims for Ukraine war

Foreign secretary reportedly fears that the conflict could continue for up to ten years

Liz Truss delivers a speech at Mansion House
Liz Truss delivers speech at Mansion House in London last night
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The UK and its Western allies must “double down” to push Russian forces out of “the whole of Ukraine” and secure a victory that is a “strategic imperative for all of us”, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has declared.

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