A little reminder of the story. Let us not forget that between her whirlwind visit to 10 Downing Street, September 15, 2021 and September 6, 2022, Liz Truss was Boris Johnson’s Foreign Secretary in the United Kingdom. It was only when he went to the Foreign Office that M.me It was reported this weekend that Truss had been hacked by Russian agents Daily MailIn favor of anonymous sources.
According to the British tabloid, these agents had access “Top Secret Details” Negotiations between the Foreign Secretary and the Allies of England. These messages are especially related to the war in Ukraine with allies, especially the supply of weapons to Kyiv. It says that up to a year’s worth of news can be downloaded Daily Mail.
According to the newspaper, the hack was discovered during an internal campaign by the Conservative Party, which Mme Dress up to become Prime Minister. But the matter was deliberately kept secret by Mr Johnson and his cabinet secretary, Simon Case. With the publication of this incident, Mr.me Truss for ten years. The change alarmed ministers and advisers, who were suddenly unable to contact him.
Back to your questions, Russia’s claims that Britain and the US conspired to blow up the Nord Stream gas pipelines, former Prime Minister Liz Truss said in a text message to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. “It’s over”, Seems inconsistent with what is known about M’s phone hackingme Dress.
According to the newspaper, the hack was discovered “In the Summertime”, while Liz Truss was still Foreign Secretary, to replace Boris Johnson as Prime Minister. The pipeline didn’t burst until two weeks later on September 26. So, after such a violation was discovered, Liz Truss was not allowed to use the same phone for several weeks.
America is on their side, 1There is November ruled Russia’s claims “absurd” and “baseless”.
“Russia’s baseless accusations against the UK, before the US, are another attempt to distract from their brutal war on Ukraine”State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement Daily Mail.
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