FORCING Ukraine to “settle for a bad peace” would be a disaster, according to the PM.
Boris Johnson admitted “Ukraine fatigue” is setting in among allies with no end in sight to the war.
Issuing a rallying cry to the West, Mr Johnson said caving now would be a victory for Russian despot Vladimir Putin.
The PM, at a Commonwealth summit in Rwanda’s capital Kigali said: “There is no question that there is a lot of Ukraine fatigue now in the world.
“But I think they are going to win. I know they are going to win.
“It is their country. They are fighting for it desperately hard.
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“But they need to be properly supported.
“Now is not the time to settle and encourage the Ukrainians to settle for a bad peace, for which they are invited to give up chunks of their territory in return for a ceasefire.
“I think that would be a disaster.
“It would be a trigger for further escalation by Putin whenever he wanted.”
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