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The Russian Embassy in Washington denies accusations of Moscow involvement in poisoning Scrippal

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The Russian Embassy in Washington denies accusations of Moscow involvement in poisoning Scrippal

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 2:57 am


The Russian Embassy in Washington denies accusations of Moscow involvement in poisoning Scrippal

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The Russian embassy in the United States has said there is no evidence of Russian involvement in the poisoning of former Russian Colonel Sergei Scrippal in Britain.
"All the unfounded events continue to be blamed on Russia," the embassy said in a statement on Monday. Today there were new false reports about the impact of Russia on the tragic events in Britain. When will they study the facts before they are condemned? To this day, there is no evidence of the validity of the statements of the British and American authorities. "
"Did the image of Colin Powell shaking a test tube with white powder inside him in the UN Security Council room have already been forgotten? When will morality return to politics in Washington? "
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson previously announced that there was a link between the poisoning of former Russian Colonel Sergey Scrippal in Britain and Russian actions.
British Prime Minister Teresa Mae said Monday that it was "very likely" that the Russian state was involved in poisoning Scrippel, who was working for British intelligence.
Mae asked Russia to explain the incident until the end of Tuesday, otherwise it vowed to take "more severe measures" against Russia.
A meeting of Britain's National Security Council on the "Scrippel issue" is expected to be held in Britain on Wednesday, after which the list of planned actions against Russia will be announced.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova said in a press statement Monday that the word "a farce in the British parliament" and "a new political campaign based on provocation."
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday advised Britain to investigate the poisoning of Scrippal in its territory and then discuss the issue with Russia.


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