On June 7, British foreign secretary James Cleverley paid a visit to Save Ukraine's home in Lviv. Here live 122 children who were forcibly deported to the temporarily uncontrolled territories of Ukraine or Russia, and who were returned home. These children shared with the minister how they were forcibly separated from their parents, how they were taken to a foreign environment, treated cruelly, and how Russians tried to destroy their Ukrainian identity.
"James Cleverly said that the UK would support Ukraine to return all the children forcefully transferred to Russia as long as it takes and help bring to account those involved in this crime," British embassy in Ukraine.
The minister received as a gift a green Ukrainian vyshyvanka with an embroidered oak leaf pattern. The choice fell on this vyshyvanka because the green colour symbolises life and the oak — strength.