The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom addressed Boris Johnson directly

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom addressed Boris Johnson directly


The British Prime Minister addressed the Russian people directly. He even spoke in Russian, in a video message posted on social networks on Tuesday. Boris Johnson told the Russians that President Putin was afraid of them, because if they all knew the truth, he would no longer support the war in Ukraine.

Thus, “Russian citizens deserve the truth. You deserve to know the reality, “Johnson said in Russian.

“These crimes are spots on Russia’s own honor, spots that are growing and can no longer be erased.”

In his video message, posted on social media, he then continued in English, and the Prime Minister of London told the Russians that the country’s troops were committing atrocities in Ukraine, such as the massacre of civilians and the rape of women.

In his message, “The atrocities committed by Russian troops in Bucea, Irpin and other parts of Ukraine have horrified all mankind. Massacre of civilians, shot dead, hands tied.

Women raped in front of their young children. Bodies burned in a cruel way and thrown in mass graves or scattered on the streets.

Your president is aware that if you knew what was going on, you would not support his war. She knows that these crimes betray the trust of any mother who proudly bids farewell to her son who is enlisting in the army.

He is also aware that they are spots on Russia’s own honor, spots that are growing and can no longer be erased as the war continues, “Boris Johnson said.

Boris Johnson: I can’t believe Vladimir Putin is acting on your behalf

The British Prime Minister urges the Russians to use a VPN connection to access the Internet and “access independent information” so that they can see for themselves what the truth is about the war in Ukraine.

In the end, Boris Johnson returned to Russian: “Your president is accused of war crimes. But I can’t believe he’s acting on your behalf. “

The British Prime Minister, seen by the Kremlin as the most active anti-Russian leader

In turn, the Kremlin cited Boris Johnson as the most active anti-Russian leader and stressed that the London prime minister’s attitude would lead to a diplomatic deadlock.

Thus, “As for Mr. Johnson, we perceive him as the most active participant in the race to be anti-Russian. (…) This will lead to a dead end for foreign policy, “said Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian presidency.

At the time, Boris Johnson was expected to announce a new package of support for Ukraine at NATO and G7 leaders’ meetings, while signaling a desire to further strengthen Ukraine’s defense capabilities.

Specifically, as part of the package, the UK will provide 6,000 missiles and 25 million pounds of financial support to the Ukrainian army. It will also provide £ 4.1 million to the BBC World Service to support its Ukrainian and Russian language services and to combat misinformation.