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Boris Johnson "outraged" at the death penalty for British prisoners in Donbass.  Zakharov: hysterical reaction |  world News

Boris Johnson “outraged” at the death penalty for British prisoners in Donbass. Zakharov: hysterical reaction | world News

Co-workers the first show Boris Johnson released a statement on Friday, he said “Watchman”. “president Government He instructed the ministers to do everything in their power to return the prisoners to their relatives as soon as possible. We completely condemn the apparent death sentence for these people. There is no justification for violating the protection they are entitled to, the authorities in London assert, citing guardian“.

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After the ruling, the UK reminded that men deserve protection under the Geneva Conventions. She added that the British lived in Ukraine for years and fought in the regular army.

‘hysterical reaction’

A spokesman for 10 Downing Street added that the UK’s priority was to work with the Ukrainian government to ensure the release of UK nationals as soon as possible.

A Russian spokeswoman has already responded to these words Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Maria Zakaroa, citing the “Guardian”. It assessed the UK’s reaction as “hysterical” to the convictions of Aidan Aslin and Sean Penner. On her Telegram account, Zakharov is back AttentionThat Britain should appeal to “the authorities of the Donetsk People’s Republic, internationally recognized as part of Ukraine” [tu Maria Zacharowa mija się z prawdą – red.].

On the other hand, the Russian Foreign Minister refused to comment. Sergei Lavrov argued that the area where British citizens were captured and sentenced was under the jurisdiction of the Donetsk People’s Republic, reports a British daily.

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“a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions”

In turn, the British Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, announced that she had spoken with her Ukrainian counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba. Diplomats discussed the possibilities of activities aimed at releasing prisoners of war. Truss called the death sentences handed down to Aiden Aslin and Schwann Benner a “flagrant violation of the Geneva Conventions”.

The two convicted are Britons Sean Penner and Aiden Aslin and Moroccan citizen Ibrahim Saadoun. The court found them guilty of “fighting as mercenaries and committing acts to seize power and overthrow the constitutional order of the Donetsk People’s Republic.”

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