The residence of the Russian Ambassador in London binds anti-Russian rhetoric of the Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain with the upcoming elections in the United Kingdom.
"Philip Hammond, speaking yesterday before the diplomatic corps at the reception of the Lord mayor of the city, was used in relation to Russia unacceptable and undiplomatic language. Rushing words that reflect an extremely biased opinion on the Ukrainian crisis, in which there is no place for the interests of real people on the ground and their right to decide for themselves, Ministry of foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom said the Russian Federation "threat" and " the number one challenge for British foreign policy ", - reported in the treatment of the Embassy.
The Embassy believes that the sharp message Hammond explains the upcoming General elections on 7 may, the outcome of which is currently impossible to predict.
"It's hard to explain this rhetoric is different, as the future is unpredictable outcome of parliamentary elections in the UK in may this year. But why should really blame the Russian Federation, not to talk about the real problems of the UK? And at the same time, it is Clear that the concerns of the British electorate relate to other spheres literally, " according to the Embassy of the Russian Federation.