Thursday, November 3, 2022

Russia summons British ambassador over drone strike on Crimea

Russia summoned the British ambassador on Thursday over Moscow’s claim that British navy personnel were involved in a Ukrainian drone attack on Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Crimea.

Ambassador Deborah Bronnert arrived at the foreign ministry shortly after 1030 local time (0730 GMT) as a small crowd chanted anti-British slogans and held up placards reading “Britain is a terrorist state”.

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  1. British ambassador to Moscow Deborah Bronnert declined to make any comments to the media after visiting the Russian Foreign Ministry, where she was summoned on Thursday regarding the participation of British specialists in the planning of Kiev's attacks on Sevastopol, a TASS correspondent reports.

    Bronnert stayed inside for more than half an hour.

    About 20 journalists and cameramen were waiting for her outside. The ambassador quickly proceeded to her car without stopping for a word with the media.

    Earlier, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Moscow would present evidence of Britain's involvement in the attack on the Black Sea Fleet base in Sevastopol and the act of sabotage against the Nord Stream gas carrier. The basic evidence will be disclosed to the public at large later.


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