Russia-Ukraine Conflict: After America, now Britain warns Russia

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: After America, now Britain warns Russia

Liz Truss, UK Foreign Secretary LONDON – A day after US Secretary of State Blinken issued a stern warning to Russia, Britain warned Russia on Friday that if it does not withdraw from Ukraine, it will face dire consequences. Britain also stated that it is collaborating closely with a partner country such as India in order to address the growing threat to democracy.

In a speech to the Lowry Institute think-tank here, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to refrain from taking military action along Ukraine’s border. Avoid taking any action. The gathering of Russian soldiers near the border has heightened tensions in recent weeks. Russia and China, he claimed, are working against democratic forces. This has never happened before, not even during the Cold War.

“Russia and China are collaborating more and more on the Western Pacific through joint military exercises and closer ties as they strive to set standards in technologies such as artificial intelligence,” Truss said. take control of the area

He said the Kremlin had not learned the lessons of history in his direct appeal to Putin. They fantasise about rebuilding the Soviet Union or forming a “Greater Russia” based on race and language. Russia has deployed over 100,000 troops near Ukraine’s border, despite denying plans to attack the country.