UK foreign secretary calls for anti-Russia demonstrations
UK foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, urges citizens to participate in demonstrations against Russia's bombardments on civilian areas of Aleppo, Syria.
"I would certainly like to see demonstrations outside the Russian embassy," he said on Tuesday, addressing to the MPs in London, notes the EU Observer.
"If Russia continues on its current path I believe that this great country is in danger of becoming a pariah nation," warned the chief of British diplomacy.
The West blames Russia for its bombardments in Syria, Boris Johnson joining them, thus, his French counterpart, Jean-Marc Ayrault, who announced that he would ask the International Court of Justice to intervene due to the veto expressed by Russia against the resolution proposed by France at UN for the stop of bombardments in Syria.