Moscow has banned Boris Johnson’s government members from entering Russia

Official Moscow announced today that it is imposing individual sanctions on a number of the country’s leaders “due to the unprecedented hostile actions” taken by the British government.

According to a statement issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry, the entry of six members of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Foreign Minister Elizabeth Tras, Defense Minister Ben Wallace and the government will be banned from now on.

Former British Prime Minister Theresa May, Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Wales Attorney General Suela Braverman are not allowed to visit Russia.

“In the near future, this list will be expanded at the expense of those British politicians, parliamentarians, who contribute to the deepening of anti-Russian hysteria,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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