The Minister for foreign Affairs of Britain: there are no obvious signs of danger of invasion of Russia to Ukraine
English authorities did not believe that the version about the Russian invasion of the Ukraine will certainly implemented. About it the head of the British foreign office Philip Hammond said in an interview to a TV channel.
"Were noticed some worrying signs of increasing activity level As the Russian forces and the parties controlled by Russia-backed separatists. Our personal position is this: there is no clear evidence that the predictions about the attack from Russia or the separatists are steadily being implemented ", - said the head of the British Ministry of foreign Affairs.
review of Philip Hammond, these signs demonstrate about the fact that the President of Russia does not step back from the possibility of development of the situation in war scenarios.
As said the head of the British foreign office, the European Union will apply the extension of sanctions against Russia As a reminder about the fact that the Minsk agreement must be implemented.
Philip Hammond is concerned that the Russian Federation is developing a " doctrine of asymmetric warfare ", using certain tactics in Eastern Ukraine and "placing extremely significant number of missiles in Kaliningrad" - very close With Poland, which is part of NATO.
at the same time the British foreign Minister is confident that North America and the EU need to act in attempts to respond to Russia extremely carefully, for example in the matter of placing ground-based missiles placement. On the one hand, NATO countries are required to demonstrate the ability to protect the " red line ", With a return - to defend unnecessary provocations on the Russian capital.
above the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the country might be about to undergo a full-scale invasion from Russia.
Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection With the situation in Ukraine. Before the US and EU has imposed punishment on a number of Russian Residents, they are prohibited from entering the EU because of their positions on Crimea and Ukraine. Over the past year the sanctions list, many times replenished with new individuals and legal entities. Summer 2014 was added and sectoral economic penalties.