Russias former agent poisoning case leads to a diplomatic storm: Russia is deeply disappointed with the British reply.

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 Russias former agent poisoning case leads to a diplomatic storm: Russia is deeply disappointed with the British reply.


China and the new network, April 25, according to Russian satellite network 25 reported, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that Moscow was deeply disappointed in the reply given by Moscow to the former Russian agent Sergei Skripali poisoning. Russian Foreign Ministry previously said that the Russian side of the J Kerry Pali father and daughter poisoning case listed a list of problems and transferred to the British, London should give a reply within 10 days. Russian diplomats received a response from the British side in April 23rd. Ryabkov pointed out that Moscow regretted that its dialogue with London on the J Kerry Pali poisoning case had not made substantial progress. Moscow urged London to abandon unwarranted accusations and conduct constructive interaction within the framework of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons. In March 4th, Russian agent Sergei Scully Paley and his daughter Yulia were found unconscious in Salisbury, England. According to the British government, J Kerry Pali and her father and daughter were poisoned by the 234 substance, a neurotoxic agent developed by the former Soviet Union, which Western countries called North Korea. Britain accuses Russia of this, and Russia firmly denies it. Source: China News Network Editor: Li Tian Yi _NN7528