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Britain to expel Russian diplomats because of Skripal's poisoning

Theresa May, Britain’s Prime Minister, said that a number will be significant
15:28, 14 March 2018

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Theresa May, Britain’s Prime Minister, said that a number of Russian diplomats will be expelled from the country under the measures taken as a response to poisoning of Sergey Skripal. She said it at the weekly speech in the House of Commons, Sky News report.

The reporter of the news agency noted that the number of expelled diplomats will not gain the index of 1871, yet it will be significant.


As we reported earlier, Sergey Skripal, a former Russian military intelligence officer, and his daughter were poisoned in British Salisbury. Earlier, he was arrested in Russia and charged with "high treason in the form of espionage", and was convicted. Later, Skripal was pardoned and exchanged for a group of revealed Russian spies.

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