روسيا تدين دعوة وزير الخارجية البريطاني وعضو برلمان بريطاني يدافع عن سياسة بوتين في حلب

رئيس التحرير
2017.11.18 21:37

روسيا تدين دعوة وزير الخارجية البريطاني للتظاهر أمام سفارتها في لندن

 لم تلاق دعوة جونسون ترحيبا حتى في بريطانيا

أدانت روسيا دعوة بوريس جونسون وزير الخارجية البريطاني للتظاهر أمام سفارتها في لندن، ووصفتها بأنها "مخزية".

وكان جونسون قد قال الثلاثاء إنه يرغب برؤية احتجاج على قصف مدينة حلب الذي تتهم به روسيا.

واتهمت روسيا التي تنفي أنها قصفت المدينة جونسون "بهستيريا وفوبيا المعاداة لروسيا".

وكانت قافلة مساعدات تابعة للأمم المتحدة قد تعرضت للقصف، واتهمت روسيا المتحالفة مع حكومة الرئيس بشار الاسد بالغارة.

ودعا جونسون في نقاش طارئ في مجلس العموم البريطاني الثلاثاء إلى تقديم المسؤولين عن قصف القافلة والمستشفيات في حلب إلى المحاكمة.

وقال جونسون إن روسيا تخاطر بإمكانية تحولها إلى "دولة مارقة"، ودعا إلى أن تأخذ بريطانيا زمام المبادرة في التنبيه لما يجري في سوريا.

وصدرت عن روسيا ردود فعل غاضبة على دعوة جونسون، فقد وصف المتحدث باسم وزارة الدفاع الميجور جنرال إيغور كوناشينكوف دعوة جونسون بأنها "زوبعة في فنجان مليء بالمياه الملوثة بالوحل البريطاني".

أما المتحدثة باسم وزارة الخارجية ماريا زخاروفا فقد قالت لوكالة إنترفاكس للأنباء "اتضح الآن ماذا كان يقصد بوريس جونسون حين قال إن الغرب سيستخدم سلاح العيب ضد روسيا. دعوته للتظاهر أمام السفارة الروسية هي العيب بعينه" وأضافت "واتضح الآن من يقف وراء ما يدعى بالمنظمات والحركات الاجتماعية وممثلي المجتمع المدني الذين يشاركون في الاحتجاجات أمام السفارات الروسية".

وقد استمرت الغارات على حلب الثلاثاء، وقتل ما لا يقل عن 25 شخصا، حسب التقارير الواردة من هناك.

وكانت الأمم المتحدة قد حذرت من احتمال الدمار الكامل للجزء الشرقي من حلب خلال شهرين في حال استمرار الغارات.

وكانت روسيا قد استخدمت حق النقض (الفيتو) في مجلس الأمن الدولي الأسبوع الماضي ضد مشروع قرار فرنسي يطالب بالتوقف عن شن غارات على حلب.

من ناحية أخرى صرح نائب رئيس منظمة "أوقفوا الحرب" ، كريس ناينام، أن منظمته لن تنظم مظاهرة أمام السفارة الروسية.

وقال في مقابلة إذاعية مع بي بي سي "هدفنا التأثير على سلوك بريطانيا وحلفائها، لكن لو تظاهرنا أمام السفارة الروسية فلن يكون لذلك أي اثرعلى ما يفعله بوتين لأننا في بريطانيا، في الغرب، وليس هذا فقط، بل قد يؤدي التظاهر أمام السفارة إلى تأجيج الهستيريا الحالية ضد روسيا".

وحذر جون ساورس الرئيس السابق للاستخبارات البريطانية (إم آي 6) من خطورة الدعوة إلى التظاهر أمام السفارة الروسية، وأعاد إلى الأذهان اقتحام السفارة البريطانية في طهران عام 2011.

ومع أنه يستبعد أن يحدث شيء شبيه في روسيا، إلا أنه دعا إلى توخي الحذر.

عضو برلمان بريطاني يدافع عن بوتين

The spokesman complained that the focus on horrors in Aleppo was diverting attention from the consequences of Western military action

Hes a Putin apologist! Labour MPs fury as Corbyns top aide compares British bombing of murderous ISIS terrorists to Russian atrocities in Syria

  • Seumas Milne complained Aleppo focus diverting from scrutiny of West
  • Also suggested people should be protesting outside the US embassy
  • Labour moderates demand Corbyn disown aide over outrageous remarks
  • Ex-frontbencher Kevan Jones tells MailOnline Milne is Putin apologist 
  • Came after Boris Johnson urged demonstrations outside Russian embassy 

 

Jeremy Corbyn is facing demands to disown his disgraceful top aide after he sparked fury by comparing British bombing of ISIS to Russian atrocities in Syria.

Spokesman Seumas Milne complained that the focus on horrors in Aleppo was diverting attention from the consequences of Western military action. 

He also suggested people should be protesting outside the US embassy in London rather than Moscows embassy.

Jeremy Corbyns spokesman complained that the focus on horrors in Aleppo was diverting attention from the consequences of Western military action

The controversial comments came at a briefing after PMQs in the Commons today

The controversial comments came at a briefing after PMQs in the Commons today

The extraordinary outburst came after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson condemned war crimes linked to Vladimir Putins forces and urged protests against Russian involvement in Syrias civil war.

It was quickly condemned by Labour moderates, who branded Mr Milne a Putin apologist and a disgrace. 

Former frontbencher John Woodcock said: By any reasonable measure this is just not true. 

This absurdity seems like a deliberate provocation, unworthy of our leader and our party. 

 

Brendan Cox, widower of Labour MP Jo Cox, who campaigned for an end to the bloodshed in Syria, said: This isnt just wrong, its absolutely disgraceful.

Former shadow defence minister Kevan Jones told MailOnline: His comments are completely outrageous.

To compare the rule based intervention by the UK in Syria against Russian bombing, including the use of bunker busting bombs to target innocent civilians.

Jeremy Corbyn should completely distance himself from this. It will further alienate decent, ordinary people who are put off voting Labour by someone who is clearly an apologist for Putin and his regime. 

Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake demanded Mr Corbyn confirm whether he agreed with the remarks.

It is ludicrous for Labour to suggest it sides with Putin over Obama, he said. 

Residents of rebel-held Aleppo hunt for survivors yesterday. The city has been under intense bombardment by Bashar Assads Russian-backed forces

Residents of rebel-held Aleppo hunt for survivors yesterday. The city has been under intense bombardment by Bashar Assads Russian-backed forces

A child waits for treatment at a makeshift hospital after an airstrike on a residential neighbourhood yesterday

A child waits for treatment at a makeshift hospital after an airstrike on a residential neighbourhood yesterday

Aleppo is being reduced to rubble under bombardment by Syrian and Russian air forces with the damage, pictured last week, clear from the air 

Aleppo is being reduced to rubble under bombardment by Syrian and Russian air forces with the damage, pictured last week, clear from the air 

To only ever point the finger at the West is puerile politics not serious international diplomacy. 

Jeremy Corbyn must clarify immediately if this is his partys official position.

At a briefing for journalists this afternoon, Mr Milne was asked whether there was a moral equivalence between US-led action and Russian action in Syria. 

The focus on Russian atrocities or Syrian army atrocities, which is absolutely correct, sometimes diverts attention from other atrocities that are taking place, he said. 

Seumas Milne is Jeremy Corbyns closest aide and spokesman

Seumas Milne is Jeremy Corbyns closest aide and spokesman

Independent assessments are that there have been very large scale civilian casualties as a result of US-led coalition bombing. 

There are several cases of large numbers of civilian deaths in single attacks and there hasnt been so much attention on those atrocities. 

Both the US and British authorities have been reluctant to accept any independent assessment of those.

Asked if the UK was as culpable as Russia, Mr Milne said: We are not in the business of allocating blame on the whole thing. Russias intervention in the civil war has been opposed by Jeremy from the start and the intervention of foreign powers in the conflict has no doubt escalated and fuelled it throughout.

Pressed on whether that meant people should protest outside the US embassy instead of Russias, the spokesman replied: People are free to protest outside the intervening powers embassies and there are a number of them – not just the United States and Russia, but multiple foreign interventions.  

The Stop the War coalition, which is closely linked to Mr Corbyn, has blasted Mr Johnson for trivialising the debate over the brutal war in Syria by demanding protests outside the Russian embassy in London - insisting a protest would whip up jingoism.

Former frontbencher John Woodcock, top, and Jo Coxs widower Brendan both condemned the comments on Twitter 

Former frontbencher John Woodcock, top, and Jo Coxs widower Brendan both condemned the comments on Twitter 

Russian diplomats have hit out at Mr Johnson over his remarks in yesterdays debate, claiming on social media they were ashamed for him.

Ex-MI6 chief Sir John Sawers was also critical of Mr Johnson, warning protests outside the Russian embassy in London could provoke retaliatory action outside the British embassy in Moscow. 

Mr Johnson used his Commons debut as Foreign Secretary to ramp up political pressure on Russia, warning Moscow it risked becoming a pariah state over its aerial bombardment of rebels opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. 

Boris Johnson, pictured at the Commons despatch box today, wants demonstrations to take place outside Russias embassy over Moscows involvement in the Syrian conflict

Boris Johnson, pictured at the Commons despatch box today, wants demonstrations to take place outside Russias embassy over Moscows involvement in the Syrian conflict

Mr Johnson used his speech to open discussion on a no-fly zone over Syria but warned those who back it must confront the dangers of having British and Russian aircraft facing each other

Mr Johnson used his speech to open discussion on a no-fly zone over Syria but warned those who back it must confront the dangers of having British and Russian aircraft facing each other

He opened the door to discussion on a no-fly zone in Syria despite warning of the risk of direct conflict between British and Russian aircraft. 

The Commons debate saw MPs compare the brutal bombing of Aleppo with Guernica, Nazi bombing of Spain during the civil war in the country in 1937.

MPs wrestled with what Britain should now do about the war, which has raged for more than five years. The Commons voted against a military action after Assad used chemical weapons in 2013, halting an international plan for humanitarian intervention.

Mr Johnson  gave MPs a cautious response as he faced demands for a no-fly zone over Aleppo yesterday

Mr Johnson gave MPs a cautious response as he faced demands for a no-fly zone over Aleppo yesterday

Stop the War vice chairman Chris Nineham said the organisation would not stage any demonstrations at the Russian embassy.

The reason for that is our focus is on what our Government is doing, he told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.

Theres a very good reason for this, because we can make a difference to what Britain does, we can make a difference to what our allies do to a certain extent and we have done.

But, if we have a protest outside the Russian embassy it wouldnt make a blind bit of difference as to what (President Vladimir) Putin does because we are in Britain and were are in the West.

And, not only that - a protest outside the Russian embassy would actually contribute to increasing the hysteria and the jingoism that is being whipped up at the moment against Russia.

He added: What we are saying is there is a hysteria which is being organised by politicians and the media against Russia to see Russia as the only problem in Syria.

Mr Nineham said the Foreign Secretarys calls for demonstrations were characteristically trivialising.

After Mr Johnsons speech, Maria Zakharova, a Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman, posted on Facebook: It appears that Boris Johnson has moved from words to actions and has used the weapon with which he threatened Russia — shame. We certainly are ashamed for him.

Mr Johnsons claims were dismissed tonight by the official Twitter account of Russias London embassy - insisting it was a very unusual call from the Foreign Secretary 

Mr Johnsons claims were dismissed tonight by the official Twitter account of Russias London embassy - insisting it was a very unusual call from the Foreign Secretary 

The embassy claimed Britain had produced no evidence of atrocities committed by Russian aircraft in Syria 

The embassy claimed Britain had produced no evidence of atrocities committed by Russian aircraft in Syria 

In a series of Twitter posts, the embassys account said Mr Johnsons demand for protests was unusual and accused the Foreign Secretary of failing to produce any evidence of alleged Russian atrocities. 

In a further message to the Ministry of Defence: What have you achieved so far? Russias record on Syria is thousands of freed villages, thousands of tons of humanitarian aid. Whats Britains?

Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured with Turkish President Recep Erodgan in Istanbul this week, has been condemned by MPs from across parties

Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured with Turkish President Recep Erodgan in Istanbul this week, has been condemned by MPs from across parties

Sir John, who ran MI6 until November 2014, told the BBC: I think we all have to be a little bit careful and mindful of the security of our embassy in Moscow when we think about calling for demonstrations here in London.

Yes there is a value in demonstrating clearly through governments and popularly the opposition to some of the tactics being used in Aleppo but I dont think its actually going to change the course of events.

He warned the Wests failure to intervene in Syria in 2013, when the Assad regime used chemical weapons, had been proven by events to be a mistake.

Sir John said: We vacated the theatre and the Russians have moved in.

He added: Yes it certainly was a mistake I mean chemical weapons were being used against the people, civilians, in Damascus by their own regime.

We have upheld the taboo against use of chemical weapons and we failed to uphold it on this occasion.

 

 
 
 

In his speech, Mr Johnson told the Commons: It is the UK week after week that is taking the lead together with our allies in America and in France, all the like-minded nations, in highlighting what is happening in Syria to a world where, Im afraid, the wells of outrage are growing exhausted.

He added: There is no commensurate horror, it seems to me, amongst some of those anti-war protest groups.

Id certainly like to see demonstrations outside the Russian embassy.

Where is the Stop The War Coalition at the moment? Where are they?

A Syria Civil Defence volunteer was pictured carrying an injured man away from a bombing in the besieged city last week 

A Syria Civil Defence volunteer was pictured carrying an injured man away from a bombing in the besieged city last week 

The Commons debate on the war in Syria heard comparisons between the Russian bombing in Aleppo to the devastating Nazi bombing of Guernica in Spain in 1936, pictured 

The Commons debate on the war in Syria heard comparisons between the Russian bombing in Aleppo to the devastating Nazi bombing of Guernica in Spain in 1936, pictured 

HOW JEREMY CORBYN HAS KEPT DODGING DEMANDS TO CONDEMN RUSSIAN AGGRESSION IN SYRIA

The Labour leadership has been under pressure to explicitly condemn Russian aggression in Syria.

Jeremy Corbyn reportedly described Russia as apparently having bombed targets in Syria, with a party source noting the evidence surrounding atrocities was often very murky when questioned about the claim.

The source also insisted the leader has condemned Russia and is opposed to all forms of international intervention in the conflict.

But tensions over the issue appeared to surface in the Commons during an emergency debate on Syria, with Labours Mike Gapes stressing a united, unambiguous, explicit, direct condemnation of Russias attacks on Aleppo is needed unanimously from the Opposition benches.

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry also faced demands to condemn Russias bombing as a war crime, with a need for a clear and unequivocal condemnation.

Speaking in the Commons, Ilford South MP Mr Gapes told Tory former minister Andrew Mitchell: You mention Guernica. In the 1930s, there was a united condemnation of what the Nazis and their air force was doing in Spain in support of a fascist regime.

Isnt it time we had a united, unambiguous, explicit, direct condemnation of what Putin is doing in support of Assad in Aleppo at this moment?

Not just from this Government but from the Opposition benches unanimously.

 

 

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