London has accused Moscow of deaths of British women in Amesbury
MOSCOW, 9 Aug — RIA Novosti. British defense Secretary Gavin Williamson has accused Moscow of involvement in the death of women suffering with nerve substance in Amesbury, reports Reuters.
“The simple reality is that Russia launched an attack on British soil, which died our citizen,” said Williamson during a speech in Parliament.
In his opinion, the world community will join Britain in “condemnation” of Moscow.
The condition of the second victim critical
In the British city of Amesbury July 4, two people “were under the influence of an unknown substance”. Last Sunday one of the victims don Sturgess died in hospital. Another intoxicated 45 — year-old man, Charlie Rowley remains in critical condition, the report said Scotland Yard.