Latest updates on the government's response to the situation in Ukraine.
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This page brings together the latest statements and articles from the government on the situation in Ukraine:
Minister for Europe David Lidington visits Ukraine
PM signs EU agreements with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
Written Ministerial Statement on EU-Ukraine Association Agreement
Foreign Secretary welcomes Ukraine peace plan
Foreign Secretary urges Russia to prevent further violence in eastern Ukraine
Foreign Secretary congratulates the Ukrainian people for showing their determination to vote and decide their own future
Foreign Secretary condemns attack on Ukraine checkpoint
Minister for Europe gravely concerned about human rights in Crimea
Foreign Secretary William Hague urges revival of diplomatic process over Ukraine and steps by Russia to reduce tensions.
FCO spokesperson comments on illegitimate referendum in Ukraine
Russia faces global isolation: Foreign Secretary William Hague article in The Telegraph
Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel to eastern Ukrainian regions Kharkiv, Donetsk and Lugansk
European Council March 2014: David Cameron’s press conference
UK government’s response to points made by President Putin in his address to the Russian Parliament on 17 March
The Prime Minister spoke to Chancellor Angela Merkel about the EU’s response to events in Ukraine
Statement by UK Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant to the UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine
PM’s statement about President Putin’s actions to attempt to annex Crimea
Foreign Secretary’s statement to Parliament about the referendum in Crimea and preparations for further EU sanctions on Russia
Foreign Secretary condemns Russia’s recognition of Crimea as a ‘sovereign state’
Adoption of EU sanctions against individuals in Russia and Crimea
Foreign Secretary William Hague: UK will not recognise the Crimea referendum as legal or legitimate
Foreign Secretary says Russia must engage in dialogue over Ukraine
Foreign Secretary William Hague statement on the UK, US and Russia talks in London
PM welcomes agreement in Ukraine
PM meeting with Prime Minister Mark Rutte
PM calls with President Putin and Prime Minister Donald Tusk
PM’s phone call with Chancellor Merkel to discuss Ukraine
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Minister of State for Europe
British Ambassador to Ukraine
UK Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN
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