The head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson laid flowers near a makeshift memorial at the site of the murder of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov on the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky bridge in Moscow (Russia). He said this in his Twitter.
Johnson posted a photo with the caption “Justice must prevail”.
Yesterday, December 22, head of the foreign office for the first time in five years arrived on an official visit to Moscow.
Johnson in March 2017, said that the West should increase pressure on Russia due to Crimea occupation and actions in the Donbass. He also had to visit Moscow in the spring, but then a scheduled meeting fell through.
27 Oct Johnson has accused Russia in an attempt to hide the use of toxic gas sarin by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and said Moscow’s behavior undermined the consensus against chemical weapons.
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