Boris Johnson must join the G7 world leaders to help the Iraqi "surge" to help Ukraine defeat Putin. Said.
Prime Minister needs heavier weapons, intelligence and training to help hero President Zelensky "score a goal before half-time" against Russian invaders Said.
Yesterday, Bojo arrived at the Bavarian summit, risking that the West should not weaken its support for Ukraine or give vampires to other global bad guys like China. I warned that it would not be.
Suggesting that the war is at risk of stalemate, he said: "We should consider it a surge."
US General David Petraeus devised a "surge" tactic to break the deadlock in the 2008 Iraq War with the influx of weapons and troops to combat the rebellion.
On Sunday morning, in a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron, he was found guilty and the Prime Minister warned: ..
The Sun understands that Mr Macron said the preferred result was Ukraine's victory, but to the West he does. (KEEP)
When leaders gathered in the hot Alps, Johnson and Justin Trudeau of Canada openly ridiculed Mad Vladimirputin's love for topless photography.
At the beginning of the talks between the leaders of the industrial powers, the Prime Minister declared that he "must show tougher than Putin" when he took off his jacket.
When the Prime Minister of Canada proposed to go "bare chest riding", BoJo said, "I should show them their pecks."
But the summit will be a battle for biofuels tomorrow.
With Ukraine blocking millions of 25 million tons of grain and putting it at risk of global hunger, Britain and Germany want the United States to ease grain-based green fuel production I'm looking for it.
Johnson and US President Joe Biden will not hold a one-on-one meeting at the summit, but both sides have played a crack.
Meanwhile, in a round of broadcast interviews on Sunday morning, if BoJo Zelensky feels he can leave the war-torn country, he is "honored" to welcome the heroic President of Ukraine. Said.
Again, the most important thing for Ukraine now is that Western leaders at the German G7 summit continue to unite in support of President Zelensky.
"I think Volodymyr Zelensky did an absolutely wonderful job of leading his country and leading the world's views during horrific times," Johnson told ITV News at the Bavarian Summit. Told.
Johnson was asked if he would like to offer an official visit to Ukrainian leaders.
"But the most important thing is that we continue to unite here in the G7, and we are."
Johnson met at the G7 We continue to promise to support Ukraine and urge our counterparts not to promote peace agreements that would allow Vladimirputin to claim victory.
Despite concerns about the impact of rising energy and food prices on living costs, Johnson said:
"Because if we don't, we'll pay a much higher price later.
" If Putin allows us to avoid it, we'll legalize it. Impact on the World in Japan Further attacks and further violence are much worse. ”
Zelensky, speaking to G7 leaders on a video link on Monday, will provide further air defense support from Western allies. I asked.
In his nightly speech, he said in his nightly speech that Russian missiles targeted Ukrainian towns and cities decades later. It should be in Ukraine, which is currently needed, not in training areas or storage facilities.
"I need it more than anywhere else in the world."