Britain will discuss with partners in the G7 new anti-Russian sanctions

Boris Johnson

Britain intends to consult with partners in the G7 on the issue of new sanctions against Russia and Syria. This was stated by the foreign Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson.

“We will discuss the possibility of further sanctions, which will definitely get some Syrian and Russian military who are involved in the management of the Syrian operations,” the Minister explained. According to him, the conversation on this topic will take place at the next meeting of foreign Ministers of the G7, which will be held in Italy.

Earlier, British media reported that London will achieve from partners in the “seven” the introduction of new anti-Russian sanctions for supporting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

On 9 April, the U.S. permanent representative to the UN, Nikki Haley said that President Donald trump discusses with the members of his administration the possibility of introducing new sanctions against Syria for its support. This happened after Washington struck a Syrian military base Shirt, suspecting Syrian air force in the use of chemical weapons.