The UK stands with Ukraine

The UK and our allies condemn the Russian government’s unprovoked and premeditated invasion of Ukraine. We stand with Ukraine.

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UK targets Russian airlines with new sanctions

New sanctions on major Russian airlines prevent them from cashing in on landing slots at major UK airports worth up to £50 million.

Sanctions are crippling Putin’s ability to wage war, disrupting vital supply chains.

Aeroflot planes at an airport.

The UK has sanctioned more than 1,000 people and over 100 businesses since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

Read the government’s previous announcements about UK sanctions imposed on Russia

UK medical aid donations to Ukraine to reach 11 million items

The latest aid deliveries to Ukraine will double the number of medical items donated by the UK.

Supplies including antibiotics, painkillers, dressings, and specialist medicines will help those injured by Russian attacks.

A person loading a shipment of medical items on to a lorry

UK donates fleet of armoured vehicles to Ukraine

The UK government is sending 13 protective armoured vehicles to Ukraine, to safely evacuate people from the shelled areas in east of the country. The vehicles will also transport key workers to rebuild vital infrastructure.

Civilian armored vehicles that are been delivered to Ukraine

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How the UK is supporting Ukraine

£220
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Over 5 million medical items donated

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The UK stands unwaveringly with the people of Ukraine

Prime Minister Boris Johnson met President Zelenskyy in Kyiv and pledged to stand by the Ukrainian people.

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