Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is to make his first visit to the UK since the 2014 Russian invasion of his country, and Rishi Sunak has pledged extra military aid.
Zelensky will meet with the UK Prime Minister and address Parliament during his visit.
UK military support has been important in enabling Ukrainian forces to defend their country, protect their sovereignty and fight for their territory since 2014.
Ukraine President Zelensky has been welcomed on his first UK trip since the Russian invasion of his country.
During his visit, he met with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and was set to address Parliament on UK vital training support provided to Ukrainian forces since 2014.
Sunak announced plans to train Ukrainian pilots, which builds on the long-term UK investment in its ally, enabling the Ukranian military to defend their interests well into the future.
The Independent reported that UK military aid to Ukraine has been one of its few concrete achievements.
The UK has provided vital training to Ukrainian forces, ensuring they can defend their country against Russian aggression.
However, Downing Street has been criticised for its decision not to provide fighter jets to Ukraine, though the UK Prime Minister has recently embraced Ukraine's leader in Downing Street.
The Mirror placed the focus on the rare event of Zelensky addressing Parliament during his visit, which they suggest demonstrates the unbreakable friendship between the UK and Ukraine.
Overall, both articles show that the UK is committed to supporting Ukraine in its defence efforts against Russia.