King Charles praised Ukraine’s “determination and strength” in the face of Russia’s “unprecedented aggression” on Saturday. Two years from the country was attacked.

“The determination and strength of the Ukrainian people is encouraging as the unprovoked attack on their land, their lives and livelihoods enters its third, tragic, year,” the king wrote in an official statement.

He added, “Despite untold hardship and suffering, Ukrainians continue to display the bravery with which the world so closely associates them. Theirs is true bravery despite unspeakable aggression.”

King He said he had “felt it personally” in meetings with Ukrainians since the start of the war, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife Oleksandr Zelenska, and Ukrainian army recruits in the UK. Includes training.

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Shaking the hand of King Charles Zielinski.

King Charles III invited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to Buckingham Palace last year. (Aaron Chown/Pool/AFP)

He continued, “I continue to be encouraged that the UK and our allies are at the forefront of international efforts to help Ukraine at this time of great distress and need. In my thoughts and prayers.”

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

The monarch’s unusually strong statement comes after Britain further imposed sanctions on Russia. Death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The US has also imposed more sanctions on this country.

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The British Embassy in Washington DC was lit up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag

The British Embassy in Washington DC was lit up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Saturday evening to mark two years since the start of the war. (British Embassy, ​​Washington, DC)

The British Embassy in Washington DC also lit up its building in the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Saturday night in a show of support.

Charles had hosted Zelensky at Buckingham Palace a year earlier when the Ukrainian president made a surprise visit to Britain nearly a year after the war began.

“We are all very worried about you and thinking about your country, I cannot tell you,” said the King at the time.

In March last year Prince William made a surprise visit. To see British and Polish troops stationed on Poland’s border with Ukraine.

“I am here because I want to personally thank the Polish and British troops who are working in a close and vital partnership,” the Prince of Wales said at the time. I also want to pay tribute to the inspiring humanity of the Polish people. You have opened your hearts as much as your homes.”

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