Britain to provide Ukraine with 24 ambulances
The foreign secretary has announced that the UK will send 24 ambulances to Ukraine, while on a visit to the country.
James Cleverly travelled to the capital Kyiv on Thursday and is set to hold talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. His visit comes a few days after Rishi Sunak also made a visit to the city, his first since becoming prime minister.
Mr Cleverly said the UK stands "shoulder to shoulder with Ukraine" and that Russia's attack "will fail".
As well as ambulances, a further 11 emergency vehicles, including six armoured vehicles, will be part of the emergency package.
It will include £3m in funding to help with the rebuilding of infrastructure, such as schools and shelters, that has been destroyed since the start of the war.