Putin's war destabilized energy markets: Rishi Sunak spoke about the war in Ukraine (video)
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The new head of the British government stressed that the previous government made a mistake in assessing the consequences of the war in Ukraine, but his the Cabinet will begin to correct the situation today.
The newly elected Prime Minister of Great Britain, Rishi Sunak, made a statement about the Russian-Ukrainian war in his first speech. This is reported by The Guardian.
The politician accused Russia of destabilizing energy markets and supply chains around the world amid the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition, Sunak believes that the cabinet of his predecessor, Liz Truss, made a mistake in assessing the situation provoked by the armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The new British prime minister promised to correct this “mistake”.
“The previous government made a mistake. I was elected leader of my party and your prime minister, in part to correct them,” Sunak said.
< p>He added that he would start working in the intended direction immediately.
By the way, on August 24, Rishi Sunak wrote a whole congratulatory letter to Ukrainians, in which he expressed his support for the “courageous Ukrainian soldiers”, promised to be “a friend for all life” and continue to support our country after the war, “to help turn it into a prosperous state.” The Russo-Ukrainian war was not the focus of his campaign, but when asked about it, Sunak denounced Putin's aggression and advocated support for Ukraine as a democratic and freedom-loving nation.