Russian envoy challenges UK for facts on spy poisoning
Russian ambassador to the U.K, Alexander Yakovenko, called a press conference Thursday to again challenge British authorities to provide facts about the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter earlier this month. He criticized Britain’s record on the international stage, stressing, “The burden of proof lies with the British authorities,” and “no facts have been officially presented.”
3 thoughts on “ Russian envoy challenges UK for facts on spy poisoning”
Is that Britain failed its security obligations.
Mr. Yakovenko is a strange fellow. Mr. Boris Johnson said so, what other evidence he needs 🙂
The English government needs a lot of hate for the Russians among the peoples of Europe, whose opinion they do not take into account. Didn’t they achieved the desired result?
The British gave the Russian friendly advice in a rude form “shut up and do not stir.” Why do the Russians interfere with this story?