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Russia Today and the former Soviet Union – The British leader calls Putin a ‘crocodile’

Boris Johnson has said that Ukrainians cannot sit down and negotiate with the Russian leader

During a visit to India, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told reporters on Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was “like a crocodile” in Ukraine. He said he did not see how Kyiv could negotiate with Russia and that the West would continue to send artillery and other weapons to Ukraine.

“It is very difficult to see how the Ukrainians can negotiate with Putin. Johnson said.

“I do not really see how easy it is for Ukrainians to sit down and get somewhere. How to negotiate with a crocodile with its foot on its jaw? This is the difficulty the Ukrainians face.

He did not see how Putin could be “Sale Speechwriter” It depends on the Ukrainians, Johnson said. Meanwhile, the UK and its NATO allies will continue to supply money and weapons to Kiev.

Consensus of G7 leaders in Ukraine “Continue to give them what they need to defend themselves, especially with artillery.” Johnson said.


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“It turns out to be a fierce artillery exchange, and the UK is doing a lot to supply Soviet-era missiles in addition to the 150 armored vehicles we have announced.” The British Prime Minister added that Stormer was probably referring to vehicles armed with anti-aircraft missiles.

The United States delivered a total of 90 towed howitzers to Kiev, the first of which is said to have entered the country on Thursday.

According to Johnson, A.K. “It simply came to our notice thenSays Donbass on him “In fact, they want to withdraw Russian forces from their current position.” In Donetsk and Lugansk. He is a ‘Not too serious’ Crimea voted to rejoin Russia after the US-backed coup in Kiev in 2014.

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Johnson spoke to reporters on his way to India, aiming to put pressure on the Narendra Modi government to reduce military and economic ties with Moscow.

Russia attacked its neighbors in late February following Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreement, which was first signed in 2014, and Moscow recognized the Donbass Donetsk and Lugansk republics. The brokerage protocols of Germany and France are designed to give the secession areas a special status within the Ukrainian state.

Since then, the Kremlin has demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral state that will never join the US-led NATO military base. Kiev insists the Russian offensive is completely unjustified and denies allegations that it plans to forcibly retake the two republics.