If Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is not stopped in Ukraine, he will "come back for more" and commit new aggression.
This was stated by British Foreign Secretary and former Prime Minister David Cameron, The Sun reports.
Cameron called on the British to understand "how the world has changed" after the invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops in February 2022.
"The forces that shape it – the Kremlin's warmonger, a more aggressive China, Islamist extremism that poisons the heads of young people – these things will not disappear overnight. There is no point in hoping for some magical return of the world as it once was. Hope is not politics," the British Foreign Secretary said.
Cameron described his emotions after visiting a bombed-out cathedral in Ukraine and an Israeli kibbutz where parents were killed in front of their children.
"It is difficult to recall in recent memory a time of such danger and uncertainty," he said.
The Minister is convinced that Britain, the United States and other NATO countries should continue their existing support for Ukraine.
"If Putin is not stopped in Ukraine, he will come back for more. And we know from our history that appeasement dictators ultimately destroys British interests and costs British lives," Cameron said, alluding to the policy of appeasement pursued by the British government towards the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler until 1939.
Recall that David Cameron, who was the Prime Minister of Great Britain from 2010 to 2016, unexpectedly returned to the government on November 13, 2023, becoming the head of the British Foreign Office.
On November 16, Cameron came to Ukraine and met with President Zelensky. It was his first foreign visit in his new position. During the visit, Cameron visited Odessa.
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