Western support for London in the Skripal case

Western support for London in the Skripal case

World September 6, 2018 17:16

london - Canada, Germany, France, Great Britain and the US have said in a joint statement that the attack in March in England on the Russian ex-agent Skripal 'almost certainly happened with permission of a high level.' This has the British Prime Minister Theresa May, British media reported.

London receives support from four major Western allies. They assume together that the main suspects of the attack were members of the Russian secret service GROe.

The five are considering what should be done against Russia. London has accused the Kremlin of involvement from the outset. This week two suspects were shown on images that were Russian agents of the GrOe and committed the attack in Salisbury at the beginning of March. The victims, Sergej Skripal and his daughter Yulia, eventually survived.

According to Moscow, London has so far denied cooperation in the investigation and the accusation does not make sense. Russia has, in its own words, no interest at all with an ex-agent who has been living in England for eight years, with poison gas.

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