Britain has threatened Russia with new sanctions

Britain has threatened Russia with new sanctions

London promised to discuss with partners of a joint action against Moscow. However, France, Germany, USA and Canada made a statement which agreed with the findings of the London business Skrobala.


MOSCOW, 6 sen — news. London will consider expanding sanctions against Moscow in connection with the new information in the case of the poisoning of a former agent of the GRU, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury. This was stated by the permanent representative of Britain to the UN, Karen pierce.

“We will discuss with our partners what steps to take is best,” said pierce.

She added that in addition to Britain in 28 countries and NATO has expelled Russian diplomats after the incident in Salisbury.

However, France, Germany, the United States and Canada issued a joint statement which extended a press-service of the government of Germany. Boni agreed with the conclusions of the London suspects in the case Skrobala are employees of the GRU.

The country said it conducted “large-scale collective expulsion secret intelligence agents” and thus stopped their activities. In addition, the statement noted that the operation of the poisoning of Russians are “likely to have been sanctioned at the highest government level.”

“Real names unknown”

Russia’s permanent representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzia, in turn, said that Moscow is not heard at the security Council meeting nothing conclusive, shed light on the confusing incident with Kripalani.

“Today we heard all the same set of lies about the alleged double agents as a legitimate target for killing of the Russian intelligence services, about their training on the use of chemical weapons, about the development in Russia of chemical warfare agents, cyber attacks, attempts of coup in Macedonia and many other things. I’m not going to list all this unsubstantiated false cocktail” — said the diplomat.

The Nebenzia said that London is not going to complete the investigation Skrobala.