Russia - Ukraine Crisis: Britain warns Russia if war breaks out in Ukraine
Russia - Ukraine Crisis: The consequences of this war could be catastrophic for the whole world, including Europe and the West, so we are fully united to prevent this issue from going too far, "said Boris Johnson.
Russia-Ukraine conflict on edge:
The tone of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's explanation
'The consequences of war could be catastrophic for the whole world, including Europe and the West'
Tensions between Russia and Ukraine seem to be escalating. Many countries are watching Russia's movements. It is against this backdrop of military and political tensions that Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned Russia.
In an interview with a TV channel on Tuesday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to persuade Russia.
If Ukraine were to invade Ukraine, the world could face a second world war. The consequences could be catastrophic for the whole world, including Europe and the West, so we are fully united in not letting this matter go too far, "said Boris Johnson.
Before Russia, I would like to make it clear that if the President of Russia tries to start a war with Ukraine, we can take all necessary steps to prevent it, including imposing economic sanctions on Russia and its allies. "In the current context, starting a war would be a very suicidal decision, and Russia should avoid it," Johnson said.
What did Boris Johnson say?
I have visited Ukraine and I want to tell the citizens of Russia that they will be ready to fight even if they do not want this conflict. Speaking on behalf of the Russian people, those who invade Ukraine will have to face a bloody conflict, and I am sure that Russia will not do anything like that. Citizens of Ukraine have a moral and legal right to defend their country. All citizens of Ukraine will unite and face such attacks. No one will benefit from this destruction. The British Prime Minister has called on Russia to abandon the idea of bringing together the people of Slavo (a tribe in Europe).