Prime Minister will travel to Brussels and Warsaw today for discussions with the NATO Secretary General and Polish leaders
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The Prime Minister will fly to Brussels and Warsaw today (10 February 2022) as he calls on international partners to demonstrate their solidarity with NATO allies who bear the brunt of Russian aggression.
The Prime Minister will stress to allies that they must not compromise on NATO’s fundamental principles. This includes inviolability of countries’ sovereignty, the right of every European democracy to aspire to NATO membership and NATO’s obligation to protect the security of its member states.
The UK is ready to work for a diplomatic way forward and we believe this can be achieved. But it can only be based on existing international agreements and the…