By Alex Glenn • 28 April 2022 • 9:13
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has hit out at Russia and called Vladimir Putin a “desperate rogue operator.” On Thursday, April 28, The Mirror revealed that: “The Ukraine war could last as long as ten years, Liz Truss believes.”
On Wednesday night, Truss spoke at the Mansion House in London. During her speech on foreign policy she warned that if Putin “succeeds there will be untold further misery across Europe and terrible consequences across the globe”.
She went on to outline that Russia must be pushed “out of the whole of Ukraine’ and warned that “we must be prepared for the long haul”.
Truss also hit out at China for refusing to condemn Russia’s attacks on Ukraine. She commented: “China is not impervious. They will not continue to rise if they do not play by the rules,
“China needs trade with the G7. We represent around half of the global economy. And we have choices.
“We have shown with Russia the kind of choices that we’re prepared to make when international rules are violated.”
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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