German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Theresa may. Vitaliy Belousov
MOSCOW, Oct 7 — the Government of the United Kingdom and Germany are in talks on new sanctions against Russia after allegations of cyber attacks to Russian intelligence, reports Bloomberg.
“We should be ready to take action independently or — and this preferably in cooperation with allies if necessary,” said David Lidington, who is a de facto Deputy British Prime Minister Theresa may.
The official representative of the Cabinet of Germany Steffen Seibert also confirmed that Germany is discussing with European partners the issue of new sanctions against Russia.