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Boris Johnson and Sergei Lavrov spar at fiery first UK-Russia meeting in five years Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and his RussiaN counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, have engaged in a fiery exchange during the first official visit to Russia by a British government minister in five years. In bullish comments ahead of the summit, Johnson warned the Kremlin that Britain was "prepared and able" to launch massive cyberattacks in retaliation for Russia’s interference in Western democracy. Johnson also said that relations between the two nations "haven’t been so bad for a very long time" and that Moscow was behaving in a "more hostile way" towards Britain than at any other time since the Cold War. Lenovo support UK The Guardian reports that Lavrov hit back during the meeting, saying: "It’s no secret that our relations are at a low point and that’s not at our initiative. "We’ve noticed you and other Western countries have your reasons for this and you prefer to speak about them publicly. We would prefer to discuss these issues directly, not in public through microphones." Prime Minister Theresa May raised the stakes with Moscow last month when she claimed in a set-piece foreign policy speech that "the UK knew what Russia was doing", and accused Moscow of "deploying its state-run media organisations to plant fake stories and Photoshopped images in an attempt to sow discord in the West and undermine our institutions". But Russian officials have mocked the paucity of the public evidence - a matter to which Lavrov drew attention at the meeting. There have been a fews gaffes by Johnson during the trip. At times, Johnson has appeared to be "on another planet", The Daily Telegraph’s Russia correspondent tweeted. And when Lavrov complained about relations being at a low, Boris responded that he was glad there was an increase in exports of Kettle crisps.

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