25 August 2019

Skripal poisoning could play into hands of UK intel

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Russia didn't have any motive for poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter, any information about Russia's alleged involvement in the case might be beneficial to UK intelligence, Sergei Lavrov said. informs citing

"Now our Western partners, I mean primarily the United Kingdom, the United States and several countries that have blindly followed them, have run out of niceties, resorting to open lies, to outright misinformation. We will respond to this fairly calmly, coolly, and insist that any accusations, any allegations must be justified by facts," Sergey Lavrov said.

According to Lavrov, the question of how far mutual deportations of diplomats can go does not depend on Russia, the West should stop first.

2018.04.02 / 14:26
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