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 British FM says Western allies seek no new cold war with Russia, expect Kremlin to make steps to regain their trust

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Western allies have no appetite for a new cold war with Russia altough it will have to prove it can be trusted again.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Reuters, U.K.'s top diplomat said on arrival at a meeting of EU foreign ministerson on Monday.

"Let's be clear: Russia is up to all sorts of no good. They've got to change, they've got to show they can be trusted again. I think that's very important," he added.

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"It's also important to stress that we are not in a new cold war with Russia. Neither the U.K., nor our friends in the rest of the EU nor in Washington is there any appetite for a new cold war," he added.

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