Zakharova called Truss “a bloodthirsty and extremely destructive person”

British Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister candidate Liz Truss— “a bloodthirsty and extremely destructive person,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Telegram.

“A bloodthirsty and extremely destructive person is on her way,”— wrote the diplomat.

So she commented on Truss, who decided to “continue to lead the free world forward against [Russian President Vladimir] Putin” if elected prime minister. The politician also promised to “guarantee” Ukraine victory. Truss has previously said the UK needs a prime minister “who will start pursuing his course from day one to defeat Putin in Ukraine.”

The politician announced her candidacy for the post of prime minister after former Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigned amid resignations of members of the British government on July 7. He also resigned as leader of the Conservative Party.

In addition to Truss, former Minister of Health Sajid Javid, former Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeremy Hunt, former Education Minister Nadeem Zahavi, former Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Associate Minister for Trade Relations Penny Mordaunt put forward their candidacies for the post of British Prime Minister.

Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since February 24. President Vladimir Putin stressed that it is necessary to liberate Donbass and provide security guarantees for the country. The head of state repeatedly insisted that “all the tasks of the special military operation will be solved,” and suggested that those who wish the country to be defeated should try to defeat Russia in battle. “We haven't really started anything yet,” — said the president, accusing the West of being ready to “fight” Russia “until the last Ukrainian”.

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