Russian Foreign Ministry representative Maria Zakharova asked Britain specialists to show "benevolence" to individuals of Ukraine and quit giving weapons to Kyiv.Amid the conflict among Ukraine and Russia, Russian Foreign Ministry representative Maria Zakharova has approached Britain specialists to show "kindness" to individuals of Ukraine and quit giving weapons to Kyiv. She focused on that more supplies of arms to Ukraine by the UK could cause the passing of additional individuals. Maria Zakharova blamed UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson for leaving individuals who "became casualties of British misleading publicity" and went to Britain as "soldiers of fortune" for killing people."We encourage the British specialists to offer the kindness to the residents of Ukraine that Boris Johnson referenced and quit providing weapons to the Kiev system," Maria Zakharova said in the Facebook post. Russian Foreign Ministry representative Maria Zakharova in a Facebook post expressed that UK Prime Minister had asked Russia to "have pity" to a British resident who was caught in Mariupol where he battled on the Ukrainian side. She approached Johnson to quit "imagining" of being stressed and blamed the UK Prime Minister for not having an interest in that frame of mind of his kinsmen who are in a tough situation. She added that these individuals didn't go to the gatherings on Downing Street. It is to specify here that British PM Boris Johnson has been scrutinized by resistance pioneers for breaking COVID lockdown rules. Maria Zakharova claims Russia dealing with UK residents
In her Facebook post, Maria Zakharova approached individuals of Britain and informed that the Russian side was dealing with the UK residents who have been caught. She demanded that the British nationals are given food, water and all the important help. She expressed that the Russian side was dealing with individuals from different nations who have given up or have been kept and affirmed that they were observing philanthropic regulation. She asserted Ukraine of doing harshly behaves like shooting detainees and mishandling individuals. It is appropriate to note here that since the time the Russian intrusion of Ukraine, the UK and its partners have been giving military and monetary guide to Kyiv for its battle against Moscow. English warriors approach Johnson to trade their delivery with Viktor Medvedchuk, Two British troopers battling with the Ukrainian military in the wake of being caught in Ukraine's Mariupol have addressed Russian State TV, CBS News detailed. A few recordings of the British officers named Shaun Pinner and Aiden Aslin supposedly battled as a feature of Ukraine's 36th Marine Brigade. In the video, Shaun Pinner uncovered that he battled in Mariupol for five to about a month and a half and talked about how he and his unit attempted to leave the area, according to the CBS News report. Pinner encouraged UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to get his and Aslin's delivery by trading them with the arrival of supportive of Kremlin Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Medvedchuk. Medvedchuk, a dear companion of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was as of late caught by Ukrainian powers as he attempted to escape the conflict torn country. It is to make reference to here that the conflict among Russia and Ukraine what began on February 24 has entered its 57th day.
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