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The deadline for the explanation of how a Russian made military nerve agent was used in poisoning Sergei Skripal a former Russian spy and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury. The nerve agent known as Novichok was developed in the 70s and 80s. One of Russia’s former secret service employee said “The use of nerve agent is only to draw attention”. Russia believes it is some mischief makers who have done that “dirty work” to frustrate Putin’s re-election on Sunday. The Russian International Ministry sees Russia as a victim of western conspiracy.
Sergie Skripal & Yulia
Moscow has refused to give any explanation and ignored the deadline. The Kremlin has denied any involvement and has called for an access to the substance from the victim. They claim that the nerve agent could have come from any other place but not Russia.
Theresa May, the British Prime minister has warned Russia on the consequences if no explanation is given. The UK is set to announce series of measures against Russia but is yet to disclose any government actions. May is being careful so that sanctions against Russia will not affect British businesses.
Scientists in Salisbury
The expected sanctions against Russia may include freezing of Russian owned assets, travel bans, export bans such as military weapons, diplomatic expulsions etc. Russia and UK have a trade relationship worth $14bn which was signed in 2016.
Donald Trump as assured May of the US backing and says Russia must provide answers. Moscow has stated that they will respond to any British attacks as they cannot give any explanation for what they know nothing of as they are being accused wrongly.