“I’m afraid to say that the plan we’re seeing is about what could really be the biggest war in Europe since 1945,” Johnson said. As he said, during a conversation with several Western leaders on Friday evening, US President Joe Biden informed that, according to intelligence data, the attack will take place not only from the east, but also from the north from Belarus.
Asked whether he still believed a Russian invasion was imminent, Johnson replied that he “fears that this is what the evidence shows. There is no need to spruce up the situation. The truth is that there are indications that the plan, in a way, is already in place. It has begun.”
– said the British Prime Minister, noting that it is not only about Ukrainians, but also about many young Russians.
Johnson spoke to the BBC in Munich, where he spoke on Saturday at the annual Munich Security Conference there. The full interview will be broadcast on Sunday morning.
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