James Cleverly said that the only way to bring peace in Europe is to end the war . UK Foreign Secretary reiterated his opposition to Russias invasion .
London, December 12: According to a statement issued by the UK government, British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said on Monday that the only way to bring peace in Europe is to end the war and quoted Prime Minister Narendra Modis' words, I know that today's era is not the time of war.He (Putin) is wagering a nineteenth-century war of imperial conquerory ambition, deliberately debasing international order and entirely disobeying modern values, as he says.And by attacking one of the world's top food and fertiliser manufacturers, he is raising global prices and inflicting even greater pain on some of the world's poorest people.I guess it was Prime Minister Modi who told Putin to his face: Today isn't the time of war.In his address, Putin said that his intention is to turn back the clock to a time when power was best and that big countries could treat their neighbors as enemies.The UK Foreign Secretary reiterated his opposition to Russia's invasion by referring to the government's announcement on Friday that the Army could develop the combat aircraft hand-in-glove with Italy and Japan.As we stand against the Russian invasion, the United Kingdom benefits in any way from our strong links with the United States of America, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, and many others, according to Cleverly.Last Friday, we announced how we will design the next generation of combat aircraft hand-in-glove with Italy and Japan. Cleverly said that the world order is shifting.In the next decade, he said, countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America will control an ever larger share of the world economy and thus the world's wealth.I'm not sure that British diplomacy has fully caught up, according to the UK Foreign Secretary.Likewise, he said that foreign policy aims not to say, but to make a difference. The UK will continue to resurrect old friendships and develop new ones, going beyond long-established friendships.