British prime minister Theresa May told President Vladmir Putin this Friday that normal relations will not be restored until Moscow ends its irresponsible and destabilizing activity.
The comments came as Mrs May met Mr Putin for the first time this Friday since the row over the poisoning of a former Russian spy on British soil.
She told the president that there cannot be a normalization of their bilateral relationship until Russia stops the irresponsible and destabilizing activity that threatens the United Kingdom and its allies including hostile interventions in other countries disinformation and cyber attacks.
Mrs May in the talks on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Japan’s Osaka, Told Mr Putin that Britain has irrefutable evidence that Russia was behind the attack on the former spy.
London has made it clear that Mrs May’s meeting with Mr Putin does not represent a thawing of ties with Russia, despite calls from Putin for the two countries to turn the page.