In exchange for modesty as his name suggests, he has been described as ultra-hawkish and has been chosen by allies of the British Conservative Party as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to succeed Boris Johnson, known as Queen. Elizabeth confirmed on Tuesday. The Spectator at Balmoral Castle, a private residence in the Highlands of Scotland that is not a possession of the Kingdom, is the sovereign’s favorite summer vacation spot from July to early October.
Recognition for such a concept was shown by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, originally with his declarations on Russia in the current conflict on the territory of Ukraine, when he also encouraged subjects who joined Kyiv’s military ranks. wanted to serve. In statements to the BBC, she said she would fight “democracy”, “not only for Ukraine, but for Europe as a whole”, and according to the Financial Times she was disappointed that Washington did not take a “hard line” from the president. In alliance with the government of Vladimir Putin, and Volodymyr Zelensky, whom he described as his “greatest friend”.
We note that Ukrainian troops are trained in British territory and special forces units from the United Kingdom are at the scene of the Ukrainian battle, in addition to aiding in weapons to the Zelensky government.
To illustrate what this woman – photographed smiling while exiting the hatch of a British Army Challenger 2 tank near the Russian border in Estonia – thinks, antiwar.com says recently when journalist John Pienaar Asked how it would “feel” if he had to order a nuclear attack, which would likely mean global destruction, the answer would shake the spine of even the most neutral: “I think this is an important duty of the Prime Minister and I I’m ready to do it.”
The maternal influence is gone, leading her to an anti-nuclear march when she was a high school student in Paisley, Scotland. It was during his undergraduate years at the University of Oxford that he moved from a Liberal Democrat to the ranks of the Conservative Party.
He places China in the same specific room as Russia and seeks a “global NATO” that crosses continental lines and looks firmly into the Asia-Pacific, where he sees Beijing’s Washington position as a threat to British national security. Shares as “threat”. I think applause has been heard in the White House.
Even harsher about Brexit, Truss’s appointment gave another strong woman from the old continent, European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen, reason to tweet about the challenge of working together that she expected from the British. The “constructive” position in relation to the agreements already reached between the two sides following the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Other voices were less diplomatic and showed concern; But congratulations came from former politicians, who the BBC say appreciated the new prime minister’s persistence towards the Kremlin, and quoted Estonian government head Kaja Kailas, who tweeted his photo with Liz Truss when She was Head of Foreign Affairs, writing: “I am confident that our partnership will only grow.”
Reviewing the political lines of the beginning, the BBC points to a significant problem in relations with France’s neighbors on the other side of the English Channel: migration and refugees. Leading the diplomacy, he promised to be “firm” to stop the growing number of unwanted travelers trying to reach Britain, but the British official media commented that “Paris was too vocal, or belligerent, about being”. Due to, the French is unlikely to guarantee the necessary co-operation in Calais’.
Perhaps the biggest challenge will peak on 15 September, when Brussels could impose costly trade barriers on the United Kingdom, at a time when this too-powerful world economy is facing a global crisis caused by the pandemic and military operations and harsh measures in Ukraine. Which, in particular the United States, the European Union and some other allies have imposed on Russia. Some analysts say that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is one of those who are impatient with the United Kingdom.
And although the truce begins with the head of the nation as a whole, she has political experience as part of the cabinet in three governments: she was David Cameron’s environment secretary; Attorney General under Theresa May; And from 2021 until now, he served as foreign secretary to Boris Johnson.
Apart from some internal problems and on her island border, Prime Minister Liz Truss has two complicated years ahead of her, in which she plays the game of keeping conservatives as tenants of 10 Downing Street in the de facto elections, ordinary people in which all citizens. Will vote in January 2025.