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Russian ambassador accuses British special services of poisoning Skripal

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the ambassador, the Russian Federation now "chooses the method on which way to go"
19:47, 1 April 2018
The ambassador of the Russian Federation in the Great Britain Alexander Yakovenko is sure, that British special services are behind the "Case of Skripal". He stated this on the air of NTV.

"We have very serious suspicions that this provocation was carried out by the British special services, they refuse to cooperate with us, we do not have any facts. So, the realities lead us to the conclusion that this is a provocation by the special services, "he said.

"I think that this time, like in the case of Litvinenko, as in the case of Patarkatsishvili, Berezovsky, Glushkov, Perepelichny, his information will not be classified at this time. I'm sure that Russia will not let the British out of the legal field, the British will have to answer," he stressed.

The ambassador noted that at the moment the Russian side "chooses a method by which way we will go," but the pressure on the British will be intensified.

We recall, dozens of Western countries announced the expulsion of about 140 Russian diplomats against the backdrop of a scandal surrounding the poisoning of the former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Great Britain blamed Russia and announced the expulsion of 23 employees of the Russian embassy in London, as well as the possibility of closing the Russian trade mission. Germany announced the expulsion of four Russian diplomats.

Ukraine also joined the international community's response to the poisoning of Skripal and expelled 13 diplomats.

Moscow responded by announcing the expulsion of over 70 British diplomats, as well as over 50 diplomats from several European countries and Canada (including four German diplomats).
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