The Federation Council assessed the government of London on sanctions against Russia Russian news EN
Member of the Federation Council Alexei Pushkov appreciated London’s statement on sanctions against Russia, which leads when considering the establishment of a “puppet regime” in Ukraine. He gives his opinion on this matter in Telegram-channel.
“It can be argued that the head of the British Foreign Office is going to Moscow to not only remind us of how either the Mongols or the Tatars attacked the “proud Ukraine”, as well as about its history, which the minister does not know, but also in order to tell us the next expulsions and attacks,” Pushkov wrote.
He noted that in special cases, the British authorities in Russia do not make any sense, and recalled that London is sending more and more weapons and even special forces to Ukraine.
The so-called “dialogue” of Britain is needed only in order to be active, the member of the Federation Council believes.
“It is unlikely that she is carrying something meaningful. But on the crisis, you can do a good job of promoting: Moscow and Russia today attract everyone’s attention, ”concluded the senator.
Earlier, Deputy Boris Johnson, head of the UK Department of Justice, Dominic Raab, said that London intends to impose restrictive measures against Russia not only in the event of an invasion of Ukraine, but also on the recommendation to establish a “puppet regime” there. He stressed that a wide range of financial and economic meetings would be accepted against Moscow.