: Cameron reassures Poroshenko UK will support Ukraine despite Brexit

11:44 Jul. 9, 2016

Cameron reassures Poroshenko UK will support Ukraine despite Brexit

British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, speaks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (AP photo)

Ukraine's President meets British PM on the margins of NATO summit in Warsaw

"We will find ways to continue supporting Ukraine in Brexit conditions," - British PM David Cameron told Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko when the two leaders met on the sidelines of Warsaw NATO Summit on June 8.

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According to the presidential press service, the parties focused on the topical international and security issues in the context of the Brexit referendum.

Poroshenko thanked Cameron for his firm position in support of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and for the financial and expert assistance in training of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Watch also What do the Brits think of the war in Ukraine?

As earlier reported, the British instructors will train this year about 4,000 of Ukrainian servicemen.

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