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Newsnight: Expert calls Russian spy poisoning an ‘act of war’
In a statement, the Embassy said: “Current policy of the UK Government towards Russia is a very dangerous game played with the British public opinion, which not only sends the investigation upon an unhelpful political track but also bears the risk of more serious long-term consequences for our relations.”
The Embassy continued to lambast the UK for its “unfounded accusations” and labelled events as a “source of concern”.
It went on: “Literally the next day after the first reports on the poisoning of Mr Skripal and his daughter the Embassy officially requested the Foreign Office to provide information on their health situation and the investigation.
The Embassy continued to lambast the UK for its ‘unfounded accusations’
“British officials don’t provide any additional information and don’t distance themselves from the media campaign. The investigation is being concluded in a non-transparent manner, whenever for the Russian side nor for the public.
“Quite naturally, this is a source of concern.”
The Russian establishment explained that Russian journalists based in the UK have been receiving threats following the incident and stated that Britain has not provided any “detailed information” regarding the health of Mr Skripal and his daughter.
“We would like to stress once again that we are outraged by the anti-Russian media campaign, condoned by the Government, that influences the investigation and has a psychological effect on British residents.
“Our compatriots and British nationals of Russian origin are worried about their future in this country. UK-based Russian journalists are receiving threats.”
Theresa May: Russia ‘highly likely’ to be responsible for Skripal
The Russian leader announced his “invincible” cruise middle and horrifying nuclear torpedo.
Mr Putin issued a stark warning to the world by boasting about Russia’s military might.
Mr Putin issued a stark warning to the world by boasting about Russia’s military might this month
Rex Tillerson recently detailed that the US stood in ‘solidarity’ with Britain
The 65-year-old’s aggressive rhetoric continued as he stated that his new line of arms could make NATO defences “completely useless”.
In a sign of solidarity with the UK, the American Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, recently detailed that the US stood in “solidarity” with Britain and “will continue to coordinate closely our responses” in wake of the Russian spy probe.