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Thursday, August 24, 2017

The Kremlin responded to Johnson’s call for demonstrations at the Russian Embassy


The Kremlin reacted to the words of the British foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who called opponents of the war in Syria to go out to protest to the Russian Embassy. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said about the Vienna Convention in this regard. Earlier official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, commenting on this saying of Johnson.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said the head of the British foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, who said earlier that opponents of the war in Syria needs to arrange a demonstration at the Russian Embassy in London.

Peskov, as reported by TASS, said that the British Minister should be well aware of the Vienna Convention, according to which Britain responsible for security of diplomatic missions on its territory.

In addition, Peskov said that the Russian foreign Ministry has already given an exhaustive answer in the words of Boris Johnson. She remembered a recent interview with Johnson in which he accused Vladimir Putin of war crimes in Syria and said that the West has a powerful weapon against Russia is a shame. Zakharova noted that apparently Johnson already used this weapon. “We really ashamed of him”, she said.

Read the material: the Ministry of defence reacted sharply to the “Russophobic hysteria”, the foreign Minister of great Britain

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