"To try to re-normalise relations with Putin after this, as we did in 2014, would be to make exactly the same mistake again", Johnson told a Conservative Party conference.
"Now, of course, I think this interaction [between Russia and China] will be strengthened, because in a context when the West is just brutally undermining all the foundations the international system is based on, certainly, we need to consider what the two great powers will do in this world", Lavrov said.
"We have announced our goals. These tasks are absolutely legitimate and understandable", Lavrov said.
"I receive information, with alarming regularity, about bullying, attacks, harassment, and other forms of undue influence on Russian and Russian-speaking children", Lvova-Belova wrote.
"However, they are now being subjected to threats and violence because of their origin on a par with adults, including in educational institutions, often with the acquiescence or open approval of some countries' authorities", Lvova-Belova noted.
"We, of course, remain open to cooperation with any countries, including Western ones. Although given the way the West has behaved, we are not going to come up with any initiatives. Let's see how they will get out of the impasse they have driven themselves into", Lavrov said on the margins of the Leaders of Russia management competition.
"Against this backdrop, when Donbass started to be shelled [by the Ukrainian military] in obvious preparation for hostilities, we had no other choice to protect the Russian people in Ukraine. We recognised the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, signed a mutual assistance agreement with them, and in response to their request, the president instructed to carry out a special military operation", Lavrov said.
"I am sure you know about how in the course of this operation our worst suspicions found confirmation, with regard to those plans which had been nurtured and which our operation managed to avert, including the plans to take over Donbass. And you also know about the facts unearthed about the dangerous military-biological programme that the Pentagon has been carrying out in many Ukrainian cities", the minister added.
"I would hope that China would not support this despicable act by [Russian President Vladimir] Putin, I would hope that they would recognise a need to respect sovereign territory", Austin told CNN, adding that, "we've been clear that if they do that, we think that's a bad choice".
"On 19 March, as a result of yet another shelling by Ukrainian forces, at 12:40 p.m. [10:40 GMT], the Chelyuskintsev mine (except for the main ventilation shaft) and the second western ventilation shaft of the Skochinsky mine of the DPR State Unitary Enterprise 'Donetsk Coal Energy Company' were powered down", the ministry said.
"Do you know that today, within the framework of sanctions, the United States is considering the possibility of disconnecting Russia from GPS? Do you know about this? You don't. But I can tell you that such an issue is being considered", Rogozin said during a visit to the rocket and space centre "Progress".