The Prime Minister of Britain reminded Putin about the situation in Salisbury
Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with President Putin on the sidelines of the Berlin conference on Libya on Sunday, 19 January. About it reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to the website of the government of Britain.
He made it clear that there has been no change in the position of great Britain from-for poisonings with family Skrobala in Salisbury with a combination nerve agents of the Russian origin “Beginner”.
“It was a reckless use of chemical weapons and a blatant attempt to kill innocent people on British soil. This attack should not be repeated”, – quotes Premiership the British government.
The Prime Minister said that the two presidents must tackle international security issues, including Libya, Syria, Iraq and Iran.
“However, the normalization of our bilateral relations, while Russia does not stop destabilizing activities that threaten the UK and our allies, and undermines the safety of our citizens and our collective security,” said Johnson.