Britain and its allies intend to continue pressure on Russia with sanctions as long as its troops remain in Ukraine. At the same time, we are not talking about the desire to change power in the Russian Federation, said British Foreign Minister Liz Truss in an article for Daily Express.
“We are not seeking regime change in Moscow,” Truss said.
Truss also stressed that the G7 countries must get rid of dependence on Russian oil and gas, and avoid the emergence of such leverage in the future.
“We are talking about how to stop Russia, which seeks to subdue a democratic country. This was our message throughout the whole time, ”the head of the British Foreign Office emphasized.
Formerly Russian Foreign Ministry recommended citizens of the country to refrain from traveling to the UK and issuing British visas, given the “unfriendly course” of London. 13 May UK updated anti-Russian sanctions list, including, among other things, the Olympic champion, chairman of the board of directors of the National Media Group holding and Sport-Express CJSC Alina Kabaeva.