In Ukraine, "little evidence" of a withdrawal of Russian troops according to Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson and Antonio Guterres agree on the need to find an "urgent diplomatic solution" in Ukraine and to "avoid a disastrous military escalation and a humanitarian crisis".

On Wednesday evening, Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister, spoke with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres about the situation in Ukraine. And according to him, there is "little evidence" of a withdrawal of Russian troops to the border.

These two politicians believe that a Russian invasion of Ukraine would have "catastrophic" consequences and, according to the British spokesperson, are working together to find an "urgent diplomatic solution" and "to avoid a disastrous military escalation and a humanitarian crisis".

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky does not see any "change" either, but mentions in a press conference "small rotations" of Russian forces.

“We don't see any changes. We see a buildup of troops that has not changed in recent weeks. »

In this context, not far from the Russian forces and at the foot of a cross, Ukrainian pastors gathered to pray.

CBN unveiled a video of this moment of faith and gave a translation of this prayer.

“God, bless the Ukrainian land. We are grateful that people around the world are praying for us. They pray to prevent the worst from happening, to prevent war. We bless all who pray for us and for our people. We thank you, God, for the leaders of the world who are trying to support Ukraine in these difficult times. God please bless every country that holds our hand, provides weapons and may diplomatic actions prevent evil people from doing evil things. »

MC (With AFP)

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