Lavrov charges Britain with poisoning former spy

Not only does the Kremlin consistently deny any involvement in the nerve gas attack on the former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, but Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Monday threw back the charge and accused Britain. He told a press conference there were “other explanations of who was responsible. Experts tell us that it may well be beneficial to the British special services, who are known for…their license to kill,” he said. “[The nerve agent attack] could be beneficial to the British government, which has found itself in a difficult situation, unable to fulfill promises they made about [conditions of] Brexit.”

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13 thoughts on “Lavrov charges Britain with poisoning former spy

  • Apr 2, 2018 @ 17:29 at 17:29
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    Tovarisch and comrades, let me say this! Indeed, recent studies of the most respectable Lubyanka Academy scientists in Moscow have proved that Lenin and Stalin were in fact of British descent. Even worst, new evidence points to the fact that MI5 had some serious degree of involvement in the Tunguska event.

    Plus the British flag hidden in a secret lead casing under the Chernobyl central, placed there yesterday which will be found soon, to definitely incriminate the damn Brits! Long live Mother Russia, most loved Rodina!

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    • Apr 2, 2018 @ 21:35 at 21:35
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      Sarcasm aside, Brits have a conspiracy theory without proof, so does Lavrov. The Brits started it, so let them also be the first to prove it.

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      • Apr 3, 2018 @ 15:00 at 15:00
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        Yes the difference is the UK is a real economic and military power in joint command of NATO and Russia is an economic and military ant ant with a track record for bluff ,Work it out whose already won its not Russia,PS Nikulin is singing and dancing for us like a Russian ballerina,Not to mention the gifts he brought us including a case full of hard drives and 5 laptop computers he is so cooperative,,You about to get shafted at both ends Kremlin troll..

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        • Apr 3, 2018 @ 19:27 at 19:27
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          Speaking of track records, British government knowingly lied about Iraqi WMD and those lies killed Dr Kelly. So yeah, keep preaching.

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        • Apr 3, 2018 @ 23:32 at 23:32
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          UK is a real power? IN this century? You are kidding

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    • Apr 2, 2018 @ 22:56 at 22:56
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      Quite good actually

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    • Apr 3, 2018 @ 3:41 at 3:41
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      You have been on Facebook and Twitter too long working for Pukin and Obama-Clinton.

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  • Apr 2, 2018 @ 17:34 at 17:34
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    Another failed MI5/6 & CIA op.

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  • Apr 2, 2018 @ 22:55 at 22:55
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    Lavrov is just the deputy thug of the chief thug Putin.

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  • Apr 3, 2018 @ 1:04 at 1:04
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    The Brits were spying on Trump (through Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer) prior to the election (and offering his faked/prepared findings) so we see that everyone plays at that game…To be spying on an ally, the USA, for the good of Clintons and George Soros is rather a low point for British intel.

    The Russians, however, play a more dangerous game complete with the poisons with their markers and fingerprints all over it. The Russians are more than out of control at this point than in recent history – they should concentrate more on improving the economy for their people rather than competing with the West with deadly attacks of terrorism and playing ally to the Iranians and Turkish Islamist Erdogan.

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  • Apr 3, 2018 @ 12:04 at 12:04
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    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is such an intelligent and skilled diplomat, that it pains me to hear him tell such blatant lies. What a waste of talent.

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  • Apr 3, 2018 @ 20:36 at 20:36
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    Yes, could be a false flag attack by the MI6.
    If you read news about such stuff, 1st question to ask?
    Who benefits from the incident?

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  • Apr 5, 2018 @ 2:29 at 2:29
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    UK experts say it was Novichok, many experts say there is NO cure for Novichok, so how come the daughter & Policeman are recovering, 2-experts also say that some 20 countries are capable of producing Novichok , 3-so, IF 20 countries are capable HOW do you prove that it came from Russia ?, 4-from the start Russia asked from the UK for a sample for testing, the UK REFUSED…WHY ? SOMETHING is REALLY fishy in Denmark !

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