In a speech to Congress in Blackpool (northern England) in the presence of Ukrainian Ambassador Vadim Pristiko in London, Boris Johnson announced that the time had come to “choose between freedom and oppression”.
Johnson: ‘Ukraine threatens Putin’ independence ‘
The Prime Minister considered those who thought “it is good to practice tyranny” to be “deeply mistaken”.
A few hours ago, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss expressed fears that a ceasefire would be negotiated between them. Russia And this Ukraine The only “smoke” the Kremlin used to intensify its attack. In an interview with The Times, Truss said he was “very skeptical” about the talks. Russia You can use them to “distract”.
“Their invasion did not go as planned. We do not see large withdrawal of Russian troops or serious plans. The Russians are lying and continue to lie. I fear that negotiations are just another attempt to divert attention. Create a smoke screen.” , He added.
“If a country is active in negotiations, it will not indiscriminately bomb the civilians overnight,” the minister said. Truss responded to a recent report by the British Ministry of Defense on the situation Ukraine It was released on Saturday and stated that “the Kremlin has not yet achieved its initial objectives” and “is forced to change tactics”.
He predicted that this would mean “indiscriminate use of military force, which would lead to an increase in civilian casualties, the destruction of Ukrainian infrastructure and the escalation of the humanitarian crisis.” Ukrainians and Russians have held several meetings since February 24, when the Russian invasion began. This week, the talks took place via video conference.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr J ஜெlenci made the call on Saturday Russia I agree to a meeting to discuss peace.
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