Moscow and London will begin in January to restore the number of diplomatic missions
MOSCOW, December 28. /TASS/. Russia and Britain have reached agreement on a gradual recovery in the number of diplomatic missions from January 2019. About it on air of TV channel “Russia-24” said Russia’s Ambassador to the Kingdom Alexander Yakovenko.
“We have reached an agreement in principle that somewhere in the month of January diplomatic staff will be restored in Moscow and in London, he said. — I’m not sure that this will be done in respect of all employees, but at least half of the Embassy will be restored.”
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Yakovenko appreciated the restoration of the diplomatic mission as a positive step in cooperation between the two countries.
Relations between Moscow and London deteriorated sharply after the incident with the poisoning Sergei Skripal, who was sentenced in Russia for espionage in favour of great Britain, and his daughter Julia on March 4 in Salisbury. According to British side, they were exposed to nerve agents, which was allegedly designed in Russia on the basis of what London has accused Moscow of involvement in the incident. The Russian side has categorically denied all the speculation, arguing that programmes such substances neither in the USSR nor in Russia did not exist.
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Without presenting any evidence, London deported 23 of a Russian diplomat and expressed other anti-Russian measures. After that Moscow retaliated by sending out RF the same number of employees of the British Embassy, instructing to close the Consulate General of Bulgaria in Saint-Petersburg and to stop the activities of the British Council in Russia.
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