“Putin must fail,” British Foreign Secretary Liz Durse announced during a visit to the United States. He said during his visit to Washington that “our response” to the Russian invasion of Ukraine was “we must double our sanctions.”
According to the minister, this includes the “total” disconnection of Russian banks from Swift International.
The EU has already cut off seven Russian banks from this secure base that allows key operations. For the same reason, the European Union does not currently want to ban Russian energy imports.
“We want to encourage a large group of countries to join us in these sanctions,” said Lis Truss, after her country and the United States banned Russian oil imports.
Anthony Blingen also said he was “absolutely confident that Putin will end up in defeat.” “Russia will face a strategic defeat regardless of the short-term tactical gains in Ukraine,” he said.
Blingen said sanctions had already “ruined 30 years of progress in Russia’s integration with the rest of the world” and promised to “increase pressure” on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The US Secretary of State called on the Kremlin to “immediately allow Ukrainian civilians to leave Ukrainian cities safely occupied by Russian forces” and accused Moscow of “blocking” these evictions.
“The Kremlin’s proposal to create humanitarian corridors toward Russia or Belarus is absurd.
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