We will hold Putin's regime to account - Sunak on G20 summit

12:02 13 November Kyiv, Ukraine

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will proclaim a critical speech against the ruling regime in the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, for military aggression against Ukraine. He will proclaim it at the G20 summit to be held in Indonesia. This was stated by the head of the British government, according to The Daily Telegraph on Sunday, November 13.

"This G20 summit will not be as usual. We criticize the Putin regime for wreaking havoc around the world, destroying people's lives and plunging the international economy into an abyss of upheaval. We will hold the Putin regime to account and point out its complete disregard for international cooperation and respect for forums like the G20," he stressed.

The report said the British prime minister is using the G20 format to continue building "regional alliances based on our values." For example, an alliance of such cooperation as the trilateral military agreement AUKUS (military alliance of Australia, Great Britain and the United States), created in 2021.

As previously reported, King Charles III of Great Britain accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Liz Truss and appointed Rishi Sunak as the new head of the British government. Zelensky congratulated Sunak on his appointment to the post.

Sunak confirmed Britain's support for Ukraine to Zelensky.