New Defence Secretary John Healey attends commemoration service in Ukraine with President Zelensky and commits to providing more weapons to the cause on just day three of Keir Starmer’s new government

The new Defence Secretary John Healey has attended a commemoration service in Ukraine with President Zelensky and committed to providing more weapons to fight against Vladimir Putin.

The promise of extra weapons and support comes just three days after Keir Starmer‘s new government came to power.

Mr Healy has directed officials to fast-track a package of support that was pledged last April by the previous government.

He has promised desperate Ukraine forces that the much needed help will be delivered within the next 100 days.

The package includes more artillery and 90 Brimstone missiles on top of more than £7.6 billion of military assistance sent to Ukraine since Russia‘s full-scale invasion in 2022.

The announcements came after Foreign Secretary David Lammy said UK military, economic, political and diplomatic support for Ukraine will ‘remain ironclad’ under the Labour Government.

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