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“The worst situation in Ukraine could happen next week,” the UK warned.

File photo of Elizabeth Truss, Secretary of State for the United Kingdom (REUTERS / Evelyn Hockstein)

The British Foreign Secretary, Elizabeth Truss, warned that this could be granted this Saturday “Bad situation” for Ukraine next week For this reason he suggested that he should be prepared for any event.

“We have to be prepared for the worst The worst case scenario could happen next week. The truth is, Russia wants to turn the clock around in the 90s and earlier.Truss said from the Munich Security Conference.

“Last week alone we saw a doubling of misinformation and we saw false flag operations in the Donbass area,” Truss said. “I am afraid Russia has shown that it is not serious when it comes to diplomacy.”He noted.

As for the truss, it reflects the current situation “One of the most dangerous moments for European security” since the beginning of the 20th century He explained this possible “invasion” during his speech before the Munich Security Conference.

“What this crisis has shown is that we are united. We are ready to impose sanctions in case of intrusion. We are ready to provide defensive support to Ukraine. “He added.

Truss warned that as part of these potential barriers, traders and “Russian oligarchs” could refuse to enter London.

In addition, the truss protects A new “global security framework” is needed because the existing one is “not strong enough to meet the new challenges”. Therefore, he mentions new technologies such as space and hypersonic weapons. Making the security system “more global” is “mandatory”.

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“Any future arms control agreement should include China. Only one part of the world is limited and we cannot proceed without the rest, “he argued.” Euro-Atlantic security cannot be separated from Indo-Pacific security, “he stressed.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Gelensky and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speak in Munich, Germany on February 19, 2022 (via Matt Dunham / Bull REUTERS)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Gelensky and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speak in Munich, Germany on February 19, 2022 (via Matt Dunham / Bull REUTERS)

For his part, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Saturday According to NATO, the world is facing “the most dangerous moment in history” that could precede the Russian occupation of Ukraine.The president made the announcement after a brief meeting with Ukrainian Representative Volodymyr Zhelensky on the outskirts of the Munich Security Conference. “We are on the brink of what could be a war in Europe. Everyone at this conference wants to be supportive and united with Ukraine.”He stressed in the statements collected by Skynews.

In a direct address to the Ukrainian president, Johnson added The UK and its allies are now “more important than ever” in showing their support for Ukraine. Zhelensky responded by saying that “it is important to know who is next to us on this path” and that Ukraine has “very good friends” in this regard.

During his speech to those already attending the conference, Johnson made his I want diplomacy to succeed, but the world must be “uncompromisingly honest” about the Russian threat.

“If the invasion of Ukraine ends, its impact will reverberate around the world.”The British Prime Minister warned He promised that the UK would help protect the sovereignty of the Ukrainians. “At a time when their sovereignty and freedom are in jeopardy, if we look the other way, how empty, how meaningless, how insulting those words may seem,” he said.

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“Now we are going to see a generation of bloodshed and misery.”Before advising that, once again, he added Russia “can gain nothing from this catastrophic adventure and lose everything.”

With Europa Press information

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