Amid the Russian invasion in Ukraine, Russian TV personality Vladimir Solovyov has suggested that Moscow should invade the United Kingdom next, saying he would like to see Moscow take Stonehenge. 

The Independent reported that Solovyov, who has close ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin and who is known as “Putin’s voice”, said that Russia could invade Britain and target UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.

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Speaking on his Russia-1 program, Evening with Vladimir Solovyov, the anchorman reportedly said that Russia’s invasion could stretch as far as Stonehenge, the historic landmark in England that lies in Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. 

When asked by the Ukrainian political analyst Vasil Vakarov how far Russia would be willing to go before stopping, Solovyov replied, “Well, when we have to, then we will.”

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“Where will we stop? Well, as I was saying today, maybe Stonehenge. Liz Truss says she’s the one fighting the war,” Mr Solovyov said as quoted by Independent. Moreover, Mr Solovyov also reportedly claimed that the Kremlin leader should attack the Ukrainian capital Kyiv

UK’s Foreign Secretary Lizz Truss has been at odds with Russian media due to her unwillingness to compromise with President Putin. Earlier, Truss even told G7 and NATO leaders at a meeting in Germany that the Kremlin leader was “humiliating himself on the world stage”.

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However, this is not the first time Russian state TV has threatened Britain or Europe in general. In April 2022, Solovyov threatened the United Kingdom with the possibility of nuclear annihilation via the Sarmat – a Russian ballistic missile.

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Separately, former Russian MP Yuri Shvytkin also claimed that Moscow could wipe out “the whole of the UK in two minutes” with nuclear weapons.