Invasion in Ukraine: Boris Johnson will present a "action plan" international

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Following an “unprecedented” wave of Western sanctions against Russian interests over the military offensive in Ukraine, Johnson It is going to appeal to the international community to renew “its concerted effort” against Moscow through a “six-point action plan”, which it will have to detail this Sunday, he indicated. Downing Street it’s a statement.

“Russian President Vladimir Putin must stop (the attack) and we must be vigilant that he stops this act of aggression,” Johnson said in the statement.

“It is not enough to express our support for the international order based on the rules, we must defend it against an attempt to rewrite the rules through military force,” he added.

For it, Johnson will receive his colleagues from Canada on Monday, Justin Trudeauand the Netherlands, Mark Rutte.

On Tuesday he will receive in London the leaders of the group of Visegrad, which includes Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The action plan contemplates mobilizing an international humanitarian coalition for Ukraine, strengthening its defense capacity and maximizing economic pressure on the Russian government.

It also plans to prevent “insidious normalization” of Russian action in Ukrainefollow the diplomatic path to obtain de-escalation and launch a “rapid campaign” to strengthen security in the Euro-Atlantic area.

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