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PM insists G7 leaders remain united in support for Ukraine

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PM insists G7 leaders remain united in support for Ukraine

PM insists G7 leaders remain united in support for Ukraine

Boris Johnson says G7 leaders remain united in their support for Ukraine in the face of Russia's ongoing offensive on its territory.

Speaking at the G7 summit in Germany, the prime minister says: "What has really struck me in the last couple of days is the amazing consistency of our resolve and the continuing unity of the G7”.

Report by Blairm.

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