British Prime Minister’s wife meets with Ukrainian military

British Prime Minister’s wife meets with Ukrainian military

Akshata Murthy, the wife of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and Inna Prystaiko, the wife of the Ambassador of Ukraine, met with Ukrainian military personnel who are undergoing training at one of the training grounds.

The relevant report was posted on the Ukrainian Embassy’s Facebook page, Ukrinform reports.

Mrs Murthy and Mrs Prystaiko had the opportunity to talk to Ukrainian defenders, observe the training itself and treat the soldiers to traditional Ukrainian cuisine.

“We are grateful to the British military and Mrs Murthy for the opportunity to remind our guys about their home. About our Ukraine, where they are always welcome, where they will definitely return and which will soon be liberated!” the Embassy said.

It is noted that attention to Ukraine in the United Kingdom is at an unprecedented level. Support is felt in all areas, including the military one.

As a reminder, in February, the Embassy of Ukraine in London received Ukrainian military personnel, who are undergoing training in Great Britain, as well as their British instructors.

Photo: Embassy of Ukraine to the UK/Facebook

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