Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak had a telephone conversation with the new National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, former British Ambassador to Ukraine Timothy Barrow.
The adviser to the head of the British government noted the importance of the recent release of 215 people from Russian captivity, among whom were 5 citizens of Great Britain.
"This was a priority for us. Great Britain is extremely grateful for the release of its citizens. And I can imagine how important it is for you to liberate your fellow citizens and true heroes for your country," said Timothy Barrow.
Andriy Yermak noted that these were very stressful and tense days, but everything went well.
The interlocutors discussed ways for even closer cooperation between the two countries, which are true partners and friends.
Andriy Yermak reminded that weekly briefings are held in the President's Office with the participation of Ukrainian servicemen for military representatives from the US and Great Britain, where they are informed about the latest developments at the front.
Also, the Head of the Presidential Office talked about the successful practice of online meetings with members of the US Congress and suggested organizing similar communication with British parliamentarians.
"It is very important that the members of the British Parliament be informed about the current situation, the success of the Ukrainian army and our needs. This will allow us to continue moving forward and liberate Ukrainian territories," Andriy Yermak believes.
The Head of the President's Office also told Timothy Barrow about the recommendations developed by the Yermak-Rasmussen international working group regarding future security guarantees for Ukraine, which were sent to the British side.
Timothy Barrow noted that Great Britain is impressed by the success of the Ukrainian military and will continue to support Ukraine and its Armed Forces.
"Rest assured that every day when we talk with the Prime Minister, we talk about Ukraine," he said.