The Prime Minister called on the West's leaders to steel themselves for a prolonged war in Ukraine, saying that if not they risked the "greatest victory for aggression in Europe since the Second World War". He also pushed Britain's allies to hold their nerve and make sure that Kyiv had the "strategic endurance to survive and eventually prevail. " According to Boris Johnson, the price of a rushed settlement in Ukraine would not be worth paying. "Imagine for a moment that Vladimir Putin’s visions of glory were to come true.
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