UK prime minister Boris Johnson travelled to Ukraine for his first in person meeting with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky since the war began.
The PM first flew into Poland, then he took a train to get to Kiev, and met Zelensky for a tour of the empty city of Kiev.
Boris paid tribute to transport workers in the besieged nation, before taking photos with the train's crew.
In reference to the recent attack on a train station in Kramatorsk, which NATO deems a war crime.
The prime minister was reported to “Desperately seek a visit to Ukraine and it's capitol” since the invasion began in February.
Johnson and Zelensky after their tour of the capitol, sat across Zelensky's desk, pledging more aid will arrive after Bucha and Kramatorsk.
Videos and photos from the visit were initially shared by the Ukrainian embassy in London, before Boris publicly announced he visited Ukraine when he returned to the UK.