Britain Prime Minister accuses Putin

British Prime Minister Liz Tracers accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of violating international law on the eve of today’s official annexation of four Ukrainian territories, BBC reports.

Trasses criticized the Russian leader for “a clear neglect of the lives of the Ukrainian people, on behalf of which he allegedly performs.” “The UK will never ignore the sovereign will of these people, and we never recognize the Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhya regions as something else except the Ukrainian territory,” she added.

Today, the Kremlin will sign agreements on the entry into Russia of Ukrainian territories captured during the war, none of which Russian troops fully control. The President of the Russian Federation is expected, and in the evening a concert on Red Square. The vote about the annexation in the Russian parliament will be held next week, after which Putin will officially consolidate the “accession” of the captured territories in the Russian Constitution.