Confused nonsense, the British Foreign Secretary lost a man!Russian Foreign Minister: It’s like casting pearls before swine
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov held talks on Ukraine with visiting British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss in Moscow on February 10, global Times reported.During the talks, Truss committed a diplomatic blunder lacking common sense.After his talks with Mr. Truss, Mr. Lavrov said he was disappointed because the process resembled a dialogue between the dumb and the deaf.The differences between Russia and Britain over Ukraine were on display at a press conference in Moscow.Mr. Lavrov, who served as foreign minister for 18 years, said they found little common ground and that the talks had “no secrets, no trust, just slogans to shout.”Answering questions from reporters, Ms. Truss, who became Foreign secretary in September, stuck to her prepared remarks, repeatedly warning that a war would be “disastrous for the people of Russia and Ukraine and for European security.”Mr. Lavrov said Mr. Truss did not change his tone during the two-hour meeting, consistently ignoring his explanations and merely repeating previous British statements and demands.”I am really disappointed that the process of our conversation is like the mute talking to the deaf,” lavrov said. “We seem to be listening, but we hear nothing.Nor did our detailed explanations fall on deaf ears.According to them, Russia is waiting for the ground to freeze so that tanks can easily enter Ukraine.Today our British colleagues seem to be in a similar position, completely disregarding all the facts we have given them.”Interestingly, in the course of the talks, Truss made a diplomatic blunder devoid of common sense and lost a grown-up., put forward “Russia should be removed in Ukraine to deploy troops along the border” requirements, lavrov said Russian troops on its territory, terra, repeat the Russian troops should withdraw, lavrov at a tangent asked admitted, whether Russia to rostov and sovereignty of voronezh region, lars told sergei lavrov,Britain will never recognize Russia’s sovereignty over these areas.It is worth mentioning that the Rostov and Voronezh regions mentioned by Lavrov are two prefectures located in southwest Russia, bordering Ukraine and belonging to the first administrative region of Russia.In an awkward situation, Britain’s ambassador to Russia, Deborah Bronnett, was forced to explain: “We were talking about two regions of Russia.”Truss later partially confirmed this in an interview with the media: “It seems to me that Lavrov was talking about a part of Ukraine.I have made it clear that these regions [Rostov and Voronezh] are part of Russia.”In his speech, Mr Lavrov said UK-Russian relations had reached their “lowest point for many years” and warned That Russia would not be cowed by western threats.The incident comes after Mr Truss was ridiculed by Russia last week when he said: “We are supplying and providing additional support to our Baltic Allies through the Black Sea, providing defensive weapons to the Ukrainians.”In fact, Ukraine is close to the Black Sea, and the Baltic Sea is on the other side of Europe.Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova took note of Truss’s remarks and ridiculed truss’s stupidity and ignorance.Ms Zakharova said: “Ms Truss, your knowledge of history is nothing compared to your knowledge of geography.If anyone needs saving from anything, it is the world saving British politicians from stupidity and ignorance.”Mr Truss’s trip is part of a series of British diplomatic initiatives in Russia, the report said.British Defense Secretary William Wallace is scheduled to travel to Moscow February 11 local time for consultations with His Russian counterpart sergei Shoigu.In recent days, Ukraine and the West have expressed concern about what they call stepped-up Russian “aggressive actions” near Ukraine’s border.Russia has repeatedly dismissed the allegations, saying it threatens no one and does not intend to attack anyone, while talk of “Russian aggression” is used as a pretext to deploy more NATO military equipment close to the Russian border.