The Embassy of the Russian Federation: Johnson continued aggression by Russia, speaking about the strengthening of sanctions

© EPA-EFE/ANDY RAIN LONDON, may 22. /TASS/. The British authorities in many aspects undermine the reputation of their own country, continuing the unwarranted aggressive policy against Russia. This was stated by TASS in the Russian Embassy asked to comment on made in South America of a statement by the foreign Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, who gave to understand that after Brexit the official London will be ready to take an even tougher line against Moscow. “We drew attention to the made in Argentina the words of Boris Johnson, the desire to “pounce on loved ones [Russian President Vladimir] Putin.” Perceive them as a continuation of unwarranted aggressive lines of the conservative government against Russia. It is especially significant that the head of the Foreign Office complains about the legislative restrictions that, say, prevented London to take more stringent measures against our country”, – have noted in diplomatic

Peskov promised innovations on the “straight line” with Putin

Peskov promised innovations on the “straight line” with Putin Moscow. May 22. INTERFAX.RU — On the “straight line” the President of the Russian Federation with citizens of the country this year will use technological innovation, it is also expected a wider geographical coverage, the press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov. He stressed that “the essence of this unique global practice with substantial and technical point of view the event will remain the same”. Peskov promised that details of the next “Straight line” journalists will be informed later. Last year’s “Direct line” with the President of Russia lasted nearly four hours, during which time the head of state answered 68 questions. The absolute record on duration of dialogue with compatriots Vladimir Putin set in 2013, when answering questions 4 hours and 47 minutes. During the download an error has occurred. Direct line last year already had a more

Peskov responded to the message on unsuccessful tests of missiles by the call to “believe Putin”

Peskov responded to the message on unsuccessful tests of missiles by the call to “believe Putin” Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called on to believe President Vladimir Putin, who said during his address to the Federal Assembly about the successful testing of nuclear rocket engine. CNBC, citing its sources reported that the new missile with a nuclear facility and unlimited range, which Putin said in March the message to the Federal Assembly, the tests are unable to cover more than 22 miles (35.4 km). According to interlocutors of the channel, the rocket was tested four times from November to February, but none of the trials did not end satisfactorily. Tests insisted Kremlin officials, although the designers claimed that the weapon to them is not ready yet, noted the sources. 6фотографий6фотографий See also: Satan, dagger and others: what kind of weapons Putin has shown to the Federal

No brakes. Boris Johnson has threatened to tighten sanctions against Russia after brexit

No brakes. Boris Johnson has threatened to tighten sanctions against Russia after brexit London believes effective sanctions Donald trump against Russian oligarchs, but notes that it has its own schemes and approaches. London with envy looks at the ability of the President of the United States Donald trump single-handedly to impose restrictions against Russian oligarchs and hopes that the UK’s exit from the EU the country will allow for more decisive sanctions policy, without agreeing it with Brussels. This was stated by the British Minister of foreign Affairs Boris Johnson on the way to a meeting of foreign Ministers of the countries “Big twenty” in Buenos Aires. During the flight to Argentina Johnson told journalists that carefully follow the sanctions that the trump introduced on 6 April against seven Russian billionaires, 15 companies and several close associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday, may 22, Bloomberg. The British foreign