Case Skripal: in Russia, the British Ambassador protested


The British Ambassador expressed protest in connection with the "business Skripal". Lavrov also said that any possible sanctions the UK will have the answer.

UK Ambassador in Russia Laurie Bristow on Tuesday, March 13, was summoned to the foreign Ministry in connection with the charges by the British authorities accusations against Russia of involvement in the poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter. About it reports a press-service of the Ministry of foreign Affairs.1.*

As reported, the Russian foreign Ministry, the Ambassador protested, and stated that the actions of the UK authorities "are openly provocative". Lavrov also said that Russia is not involved in the poisoning Skripal and his daughter.

"Emphasized that Moscow will not respond to the ultimatum of London as long as the Russian side will not be provided samples of chemical substances, referred to by the British investigation, and while the UK fails to act in accordance with the Convention on the prohibition of chemical weapons involving a joint investigation of the incident, what we were ready," - stated in the message.

In addition, the foreign Ministry said that threats of sanctions against Russia will not remain unanswered.

Recall, the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may said that the former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter was poisoned was developed by Russia is fighting nervously-paralytic substance of the military type. Theresa may also gave Russia some day, to answer questions about the use Skripal against chemical warfare agents are a Beginner.

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation statement by the Prime Minister of great Britain calledand "circus show in the British Parliament."