US and UK warn Russia of “serious consequences” of entering Ukraine

WE you great Britain they warned this saturday to Russia from “serious consequences” it will lead in the end attack hers troops in Ukraine, at the beginning of the meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs G7. head of British diplomacy, Liz Truss, and America, Antony Blink, met before the start of the summit being held this weekend in Liverpool (England) and agreed to support Ukraine and its country “deep concern” by the accumulation of Russian troops along the border with the country.

“They both said that any attack by Russia it would be a strategic mistake which will have serious consequences,” a UK Foreign Office spokesperson said in a statement. Truss and Blinken also agreed on the importance of “defending and promote freedom and democracy“as well as the need for the G7 to show a united front in that regard.

The two are approaching Nuclear Negotiations with Iran, which has continued in Vienna, and stressed the need for Asian countries to “significantly engage” in trying to reach an agreement. Bilateral cooperation in aspects such as technology or security, as well as the ‘Build a better world’ initiative to finance infrastructure in developing countries After the pandemic, that is another question that Truss and Blinken raise.

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Next, the British hosts met with the new German Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, whom he congratulated on his appointment and welcomed the G7 meeting. Both agreed on the importance of the group of seven most developed countries (UK, France, Germany, Italy, USA, Japan and Canada, plus the European Union) common front in the ukraine crisis. They also stressed that democratic countries must rise up against “the autocratic regime that threatens the free world.”

Truss and Baerbock also discussed the matter with Northern Ireland Protocol, which Britain wanted to change, and agreed to a “shared ambition for a pragmatic solution” that satisfied Northern Ireland. The UK is providing symbolic assistance to Baerbock from the G7 presidency, which will correspond to Germany throughout 2022.

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