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In the last hour, the UK’s House of Commons held an urgent discussion on “Russia’s aggression related to Ukraine and the situation in Georgia”. Recently, Ukraine has been under attack from Russia while in Georgia, there have been riots as Russia tried to push for a controversial “foreign agents” law to be passed. The question was brought up by Jim Shannon, a Democratic Unionist Party politician, and answering on behalf of the government was armed forces minister Leo Docherty.

Leo Docherty pointed out that today marks “day 811 of Putin’s ‘special military operation,'” which was supposed to end after three days but has continued. However, he acknowledged that the conflict is evolving and confirmed Russia’s latest assault on the Kharkiv region as a bid to divert Ukrainian resources away from other parts of the front line and threaten Kharkiv – the second-largest city in Ukraine.

The minister stated that the UK would not be swayed from its commitment to provide Ukraine with support to prevail. He emphasized that this commitment is reflected in the vast package announced in January and ongoing efforts to support Ukraine’s military. Turning to Georgia, Leo Docherty said that while observing events with concern, he acknowledged that it is essential for peace and stability in Europe. He added that the UK is a close friend of Georgia and urged both sides to exercise calm and restraint.

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