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David Cameron seems to have failed in his makes an attempt to influence Donald Trump to assist convey $60bn in navy help to Ukraine.

The Foreign Secretary had visited the previous President at Mar-a-Lago however was not even granted a gathering with congressional speaker Mike Johnson, the person who may in concept put the navy bundle to a vote.

The assembly, which the Trump marketing campaign say included a dinner, was the primary between a senior minister and Mr Trump since he left workplace in 2021.

At a joint press convention in Washington, Mr Cameron warned: “Future generations may look back at us and say, did we do enough when this country was invaded by a dictator trying to redraw boundaries by force? Did we learn the lessons from history? And did we do enough?”

It got here after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited near the frontline within the northeastern Kharkiv area amid Russia’s ramped up assault on the realm.

The Ukrainian chief visited fortifications behind the frontline and was proven round by the governor of Kharkiv, Oleh Syniehubov.


Zelensky invitations Trump to Ukraine

Volodymyr Zelensky invited US presidential candidate Donald Trump to Ukraine, saying he was open to listening to his proposal for ending the struggle.

The Ukrainian president, nonetheless, was sceptical about ideas involving giving up the captured area to Russia, saying such a deal would pave the best way for extra Russian conquest sooner or later.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appears on throughout a joint press convention with president of Finland following their assembly in Kyiv on 3 April 2024, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine (AFP through Getty Images)

“If the deal is that we just give up our territories, and that’s the idea behind it, then it’s a very primitive idea,” Mr Zelensky advised The Politico.

“I need very strong arguments. I don’t need a fantastic idea, I need a real idea, because people’s lives are at stake.”

Namita Singh10 April 2024 07:04


Russians stage a uncommon protest after a dam bursts and houses flood close to the Kazakh border

Russians within the metropolis of Orsk gathered in a uncommon protest Monday calling for compensation following the collapse of a dam and subsequent flooding within the Orenburg area close to the border with Kazakhstan.

Protests are an uncommon sight in Russia the place authorities have constantly cracked down on any type of dissent following President Vladimir Putin‘s invasion of Ukraine. Hundreds of people gathered in front of the administrative building in Orsk Monday, Russian state news agency Tass said, while videos shared on Russian social media channels showed people chanting “Putin, help us,” and “shame.”

Barney Davis10 April 2024 07:00


Russia has penetrated US politics, says Zelensky

Russian influence has penetrated American political system, claimed Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.

“They have their lobbies everywhere: in the United States, in the EU countries, in Britain, in Latin America, in Africa,” Mr Zelensky told The Politico while referring to Russia.

“When we talk about the Congress – do you notice how they work with society in the United States?”

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky gestures as he attends a joint press conference with president of Finland following their meeting in Kyiv on 3 April 2024 (AFP via Getty Images)

He also warned against the Russia’s info warfare and its affect on American media and residents.

“They pump their narratives through the media,” Mr Zelensky stated. “These are not Russian citizens or natives of Russia, no. They are representatives of certain media groups, citizens of the United States. They are the ones in the media with the appropriate messages, sometimes very pro-Russian.”

Namita Singh10 April 2024 06:45


Ukraine ‘hits’ aviation coaching heart in Russia’s Voronezh Oblast

Ukraine hit Russian aviation coaching heart in Voronezh Oblast in a single day on 9 April, a consultant of Ukraine navy intelligence (HUR) advised Kyiv Independent on the situation of anonymity.

Two drones over Belgorod Oblast and two over Voronezh Oblast had been shot down by Russian air defences, claimed Moscow.

The Ukrainian strikes on Russian navy and industrial goal have intensified in current weeks, with Russia allegedly shedding seven navy plane throughout drone assaults, in line with HUR.

Namita Singh10 April 2024 06:30


US Department of Defense sees ‘huge’ enhance in navy gross sales since Ukraine invasion

The US Defense Department set a report for gross sales of navy tools and {hardware} final yr, particularly amongst European companions and allies, stated the director of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

“We’ve had a huge increase in demand from our European allies and partners over the last few years since the … invasion by the Russians in Ukraine,” James Hursch stated yesterday throughout the 2024 Sea-Air-Space maritime exposition simply exterior of Washington. These embody Sweden, Poland and the Netherlands.

In the fiscal yr of 2023, the US did greater than $80bn in enterprise by the overseas navy gross sales system, together with grant help. “That is a record,” Mr Hursch stated.

Namita Singh10 April 2024 06:18


Western leaders face arduous decisions to assist Ukraine resist Putin’s aggression

Editorial: The British folks wish to help the Ukrainians, however they need to bear the price

Barney Davis10 April 2024 06:00


David Cameron holds talks with Donald Trump in Mar-a-Lago shock assembly

The overseas secretary is visiting the previous US president regardless of beforehand calling him “divisive, stupid and wrong”. It was the primary assembly between a senior British minister and the previous Republican president since he left workplace in 2021.

Barney Davis10 April 2024 05:45


Editorial: David Cameron was fairly proper to drop in on Donald Trump

The former president and his supporters in Congress want to listen to the message that the help for Ukraine will not be solely simply, but in addition in America’s curiosity.

Namita Singh10 April 2024 05:44


Lord Cameron anticipated to satisfy different US politicians as he seeks help for Ukraine

David Cameron was anticipated to satisfy key lawmakers and senators throughout his US journey following his assembly with former president Donald Trump.

The British overseas secretary stated: “I always do this with great trepidation. It’s not for foreign politicians to tell legislators in another country what to do.

“It’s just that I’m so passionate about the importance of defending Ukraine against this aggression that I think it is absolutely in the interests of US security that (Vladimir) Putin fails in his illegal invasion, I think it’s good for US jobs, that we continue to back Ukraine with the weapons that they need.“

And I think in terms of how the United States, the United Kingdom, as allies are seen around the world. There will be people in Tehran, in Pyongyang, in Beijing looking at how we stand by our allies, how we help them, how we stop this illegal and unprovoked aggression, and working out whether we are committed, whether we’re prepared to see it through.

”Secretary of state Antony Blinken stated the request for the additional Ukraine funding was “urgent” and “we look to see that brought before the House and to get a vote as quickly as possible”.

He added: “The overwhelming majority of the resources in the supplemental budget request will actually be invested right here in the United States, in our own defence industrial base, to produce what Ukraine needs, but providing in the meantime good American jobs.”

Namita Singh10 April 2024 05:40


Cameron pleads US to again further funding for Ukraine

Foreign secretary Lord David Cameron has urged US politicians to launch billions of {dollars} of additional funding to spice up Ukraine’s navy, warning that failing to take action would put Western safety in danger.

The former prime minister insisted he didn’t wish to “lecture” Republican politicians who’ve blocked the bundle, however warned in regards to the penalties of failing to help Ukraine’s struggle towards Vladimir Putin’s Russia.

He stated international locations together with China, Iran and North Korea could be trying intently at how a lot help the US was really ready to present to its allies.

British overseas secretary David Cameron speaks throughout a joint press convention with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the State Department in Washington, DC, on 9 April 2024 (AFP through Getty Images)

Lord Cameron, who visited former president Donald Trump in Florida as a part of his journey to the US in an effort to encourage help for Ukraine, stated it was “right to send this very clear message to all those watching around the world, including China, that we stand by our allies, that we don’t reward aggression, that we help those who are trying to fight it off”.

A $60bn (£47bn) supplemental funding bundle for Ukraine has been stalled for months amid US political wrangles.

Making the purpose that US arms corporations could be supported by the funding, he stated: “We know that it is right to stop Putin’s aggression. We know it’s right for our own militaries and our own production bases to ramp up production, not just for Ukraine, but for our own stocks.”

Namita Singh10 April 2024 04:49