The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain Boris Johnson next week will visit the United States. One of the topics of conversation with the American authorities will seek his upcoming visit to Russia. It is reported that he intends to persuade Washington to take in relations with Moscow a more assertive stance.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain Boris Johnson next week will visit the United States. One of the topics of conversation with the American authorities will seek his upcoming visit to Russia. On Sunday, March 19, reports The Sunday Times. Excerpts from the article leads RIA Novosti.
It is noted that in a trip to Washington Johnson intends to convince USA to take a tougher stance in dealing with Moscow.
Johnson also will try to establish relations with us politicians following the recent accusations against British intelligence agencies GCHQ, engaged in electronic intelligence, in espionage.
The visit of the British foreign Minister to Moscow scheduled for the coming weeks. The main topics of the talks will be the situation in Syria and Ukraine, as well as the development of bilateral relations.
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