Even before the election, the prime minister of Great Britain defended Ukraine's interests and promised to do more if the election was won. The first thing that became known about Truss' intentions after her victory was a call to the president of Ukraine to schedule a diplomatic visit to Kyiv.
That is what happened. On September 5, Liz Truss took up a new position and, on September 6, made the first diplomatic call to Volodymyr Zelenskyy. It is noted that the leader of Ukraine became the first international politician with whom the prime minister had a conversation. The president of Ukraine invited the head of Britain to visit Ukraine, and she agreed. Zelenskyy announced this on Twitter.
The office of the new British premier reported that Truss called to express full support for Ukraine and sent a message about long-term aid. Also, Britain confirmed the early visit of Liz Truss to Ukraine.
Liz Truss' following promise before the election was to increase the supply of arms to Ukraine to fight the Russian aggressor. We believe that we will not have to wait long, as Truss may be considered one of the most anti-Russian politicians in our time.
Also, Liz Tuss has a telephone conversation with Joe Biden. The parties agreed to cooperate for Ukraine.