The former agent poisoning case involving Putin Russia: this kind of speech is unforgivable

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 The former agent poisoning case involving Putin Russia: this kind of speech is unforgivable


Putin, according to foreign media reports, the Russian presidential press secretary Per Skov 16, pointed out that the British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to Russian President Putin and former spy skripal poisoning case, this "shocking and inexcusable". According to reports, Johnson told reporters on the same day, Putin is very likely to decide personally to use military grade neurotoxin to attack Skrypal and his daughter in England. Johnson said: "we think he is very likely to decide the use of nerve agents directly on the streets of Britain, this is the first time the streets in Europe since the second world war." On the 16 day, Per Skov responded to Johnson's remarks that he mentioned Putin under the background of Skrypal's interruption. "From a diplomatic point of view, it's not only shocking but also unforgivable." Per Skov reiterated that Russia had nothing to do with the incident. According to British media reports, former Russian spy skripal and daughter 4 days in the streets of Wiltshire in Salisbury city on a bench in a coma. British police say two people have nerve agents. According to media reports 15 days, the two people are still in critical condition. Skrypal retired from the Russian intelligence service in 1999 and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Russian court in 2006. The charge is to provide Russian spy lists to European intelligence six. In 2010, Russia and the United States exchanged net spies, Skrypal was released and settled in Britain. This article source: chinanews.com _NN2479 editor: Shao Xiaobo Peskov 16 days to respond to the comments of Johnson said, in the background of Skrypal interrupted Putin mentioned, "from a diplomatic point of view, not only shocking, but also unforgivable behavior". Per Skov reiterated that Russia had nothing to do with the incident. According to British media reports, former Russian spy skripal and daughter 4 days in the streets of Wiltshire in Salisbury city on a bench in a coma. British police say two people have nerve agents. According to media reports 15 days, the two people are still in critical condition. Skrypal retired from the Russian intelligence service in 1999 and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Russian court in 2006. The charge is to provide Russian spy lists to European intelligence six. In 2010, Russia and the United States exchanged net spies, Skrypal was released and settled in Britain.