The United Kingdom is punching back at Russia over a former Russian spy's poisoning in Britain last week.allegedly carried out by Kremlin operatives! The pair are hospitalized in critical condition in Salisbury, 90 miles (145 kilometers) southwest of London. Nobody talked to the doctors.
"We want to clarify all the questions behind this provocation".
"That said, as a practical matter, these sanctions may not be particularly impactful", he said.
2003: Skripal leaves the Russian Foreign Ministry and becomes a businessman. Her father has British citizenship.
A woman talks on the phone at the 'Intelligence' spy-themed bar near the famous KGB and current FSB building on Lubyanka square in Moscow on Thursday.
Russia denied any involvement in the attack and accused the United Kingdom of "seeking to launch a groundless anti-Russian campaign".
But to the West, they are raising similar concerns.
Asked by a Reutersreporter in the Kazakh capital Astana if Russia planned to expel British diplomats from Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov smiled and said: "We will, of course".
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She said there was "no alternative conclusion" than to believe Russia was "culpable" for the poisonings.
Most locals who have spoken to reporters have welcomed her tough stance against Russia in the affair but some worry about the effect on tourism and possible lingering health dangers.
Pc Collins told the Prime Minister they had believed the incident was "a routine call".
Russia has demanded that Britain share samples collected by investigators.
The British, US, French and German leaders called on Russia to provide "full and complete disclosure" of the Novichok programme to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Veteran RT commentator Igor Maltsev complained of the absence of any evidence to catch Russia red handed.
"This use of a military-grade nerve agent, of a type developed by Russia, constitutes the first offensive use of a nerve agent in Europe since the Second World War".
London's Metropolitan Police said Friday it had launched a murder investigation into Glushkov's death following the results of a post-mortem exam, which gave the cause of death as "compression to the neck".
"In order to divert attention from Brexit, they have to present something to the public that could move a little bit to the other side".
He told radio station Echo of Moscowthat British Prime Minister Theresa May should have done more and targeted rich Russians living in Britain.
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