Publicado: Sáb, Marcha 17, 2018
Salud | Por Gertrudes Rodriquez

In Retaliation To UK's Move, Russia Will Expel British Diplomats

His opposite number in Moscow, Lavrov, suggested that one possible motive for the poisoning was to complicate Russia's hosting of this summer's soccer World Cup. More countermeasures - some clandestine - are under consideration.

The statement declares Russia responsible for the attack, with "no plausible alternative explanation" for the use of a Novichok nerve agent, developed in Russia, against Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. That's particularly true here, he said, because "it's really the first statement of the Trump administration, from a sanctions standpoint, with regard to Russia's election meddling".

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson stepped up the war of words with Russia on Thursday.

Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were found unconscious on a bench outside a shopping centre in Salisbury on March 4, after they were poisoned. "It doesn't seem weak, but in some ways it is weak and desperate", Gunitsky told CTV's Your Morning.

In Russia, many news outlets continue to doubt the UK's assertions that the Kremlin was behind the double poisoning. An additional 18 people were treated and released, police said. She continued to elaborate that Russia had created a "well established pattern" and their response "has shown complete disdain" as the matter was treated with "sarcasm, contempt and defiance".

He also termed the UK's position irresponsible, "from the point of view of the violation of international law by the UK side".

"And organising a provocation around Sergei Skripal deflects attention", Mr Lavrov said. "It threatens the security of us all".

Brits are also asked to remain vigilant, avoid any protests or demonstrations and 'avoid commenting publically on political developments', while in Russia.

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Prime Minister May was reported to have said, "All who [have] been identified as undeclared intelligence officers".

Meanwhile, European Council president Donald Tusk has announced he will be putting the poisoning on the agenda of next week's EU meeting.

"The message is clear: We will find you, we will catch you, we will kill you - and though we will deny it with lip-curling scorn, the world will know beyond doubt that Russia did it".

Russia has repeatedly denied responsibility for the attack and promised retaliatory measures against May's decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats from the U.K. Moscow has no connection to the incident that took place in the United Kingdom. "We spent most of last year investing a lot into attempts to work together, to solve problems, to address differences".

On Wednesday, the U.K. expelled 23 Russian diplomats in retaliation for the attack. The White House would not say if it shared in that assessment.

"NUJ members just want to get on with their jobs, and the politicians should let them". He offered May his "full solidarity". "The British, without presenting evidence of any kind, have said Russia is guilty".

They are Sergey Baburin from the All-People's Union party; Communist Party candidate, Pavel Grudinin; incumbent Russian President Vladimir Putin and Civil Initiative party candidate, Ksenia Sobchak.

"This happened in the UK but it could have happened anywhere and we take a united stance against it".

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