British Prime Minister Boris Johnson answers questions from lawmakers at a House of Commons committee on the Russia-Ukraine war. Saying that one of the depressing issues about the Russia-Ukraine war was “Putin’s ruthlessness in trying to hide the truth about what’s going on from the Russian people,” Johnson said the British government is the information unit to combat disinformation.
“PEOPLE WAKE UP TO WHAT HAPPENED IN RUSSIA”
Johnson stated that Britain’s approach is to be “outspoken” with people and that they shared information about Russian troops on the Ukrainian border, adding: “People are very vulnerable to lies that Putin tells.” used the phrase.
Boris Johnson underlined that only now they are seeing signs that people in Russia are waking up to what is going on.
“WE SHOULD INTENSE SANCTIONS ON RUSSIA”
Pointing out that the sanctions against Russia should also continue, Johnson said, “In my opinion, we should continue to increase the sanctions with a busy schedule until every single one of his (Russian President Putin’s) troops leaves Ukraine.” used the phrase.
British Prime Minister Johnson stressed that his country would increase its support for the people of Ukraine who defended him.
BAYRAKTAR TB2 SİHA INTERPRETATION
Johnson also stated that the STARStreak high-speed air defense missiles supplied by the UK to Ukraine and the Bayraktar TB2 SİHAs purchased by Ukraine from Turkey played a “game-breaking” role in the field.
“ENGLAND DOES NOT AIM FOR REGIME CHANGE IN RUSSIA”
Reminding the US President Joe Biden’s words about Putin, “This man should not stay in power”, Johnson stated that the UK does not aim to change the regime in Russia or to remove Putin, and said, “We are just trying to help protect the Ukrainian people and help them protect them.” We certainly set out to protect against barbaric and unreasonable violence.” used the phrase. (AA)