London always has the opportunity to “kick” Moscow, striking at its interests anywhere in the world. This was stated by the British Minister of Defense Ben Wallace, the quote leads TASS.
“The Scottish Guards kicked Tsar Nicholas I in 1853 in the Crimea. We can always repeat this … Tsar Nicholas I made the mistake that he has now made [президент России Владимир] Putin. He had no friends, no alliances,” the head of the Defense Ministry believes.
When threatening Russia with words about the Crimean War of 1853-1856, Wallace had in mind the siege of Sevastopol by the Royal British Infantry Regiment. The siege of the city lasted 349 days.
Britain, along with other Western countries, condemns the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to sign a decree recognizing the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics (DPR and LPR) on February 21.
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