In a tense meeting on Thursday following the invasion of Ukraine and British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss scolded the Moscow ambassador for “do propaganda” before kicking him out of the meeting, sources said.
Truss had summoned Andrei Kelin over what she said was “Russia’s unprovoked and unwarranted action attack on Ukraine”, according to a official declaration for son department.
She told him that Moscow had “repeatedly lied about not having plans to invade Ukraine, and (that) son unprovoked assault had made I tan international pariah.”
Western sanctions would inflict suffering on the Russian economyelle addedet Moscow”should expect a long and protracted conflict that would inflict enormous human, economic and political losses. cost on the Russian government“, said the statement from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Truss condemned Russia’s ‘outrageous policy’ attack on Ukraine as clear infringe of international law,” during what an FCDO source described as “a very fractious meeting.”
the minister “kick (Kelin) out after I started spouting the Kremlin’s incredulous propaganda lines,” the source said. added.