British Prime Minister Theresa May said to Vladimir Putin that Russia should stop its destabilizing activities and reminded of the demand for the release of captive Ukrainian sailors. Downing Street spokesman said about the outcome of Putin’s and May’s talks at the G20 summit in Osaka.
“She told the president that normalization of our bilateral relations will not take place until Russia ceases its irresponsible and destabilizing activities, which threaten the United Kingdom and its allies,” the representative of the British government said.
He recalled hostile Russian interference in the internal affairs of other countries, Russian disinformation and cyber attacks.
Theresa May also separately discussed with Vladimir Putin the issue of Ukraine and captured Ukrainian sailors.