The Foreign Ministry protested Britain for the “boorish” statements of London about Putin

The Russian Foreign Ministry summoned the British Ambassador because of the “boorish” statements of the British leadership about Putin. Earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the special operation in Ukraine would not have happened if Putin was a woman

Deborah Bronnert

British Ambassador Deborah Bronnert was summoned to the Foreign Office, where she was protested in connection with “Frankly boorish” London's statements to the Russian president. This is stated on the website of the Foreign Ministry.

“On June 30, British Ambassador to Moscow D. Bronnert was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry. A strong protest was expressed to her in connection with the frankly boorish statements of the British leadership regarding Russia, its leader and official representatives of the authorities, as well as the Russian people, — The report says.

At the same time, the Foreign Ministry report does not say what kind of statements the British leadership is talking about. At the same time, it is noted that the British authorities spread false information that Russia “threatened to use nuclear weapons.”

On June 26, a summit of leaders of the G7 countries took place. Prior to the start of negotiations, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson jokingly invited his colleagues to undress for a photo.

“In jackets? No jackets? Let's undress?»— Johnson joked as he sat down at the table. “We all have to show that we are cooler than [Russian President Vladimir] Putin,” — he added.

“We will demonstrate bare-chested riding,”— Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau picked up.

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Later, Johnson, during an interview with German television, said that Putin would not have started an operation in Ukraine if he were a woman. According to the prime minister, the actions of the Russian president in relation to Ukraine can be called “a perfect example of toxic masculinity.”

In response, Putin reminded Johnson of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who in 1982 ordered military action against Argentina for the Falkland Islands.

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