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UK Says Russian Spies Almost Certainly Behind Kremlin Critic Poisoning

Moscow has known as the accusations groundless. (File)


Britain stated on Wednesday that Russia had a case to reply over the poisoning of Alexei Navalny because it was nearly sure that Russian intelligence providers carried out the assault with a Soviet-developed chemical weapon referred to as Novichok.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, talking in Washington alongside Mike Pompeo, stated he welcomed Navalny’s restoration however that Russia had a case to reply as using a chemical weapon was unacceptable.

“The Russian government is duty bound to explain what happened to Mr Navalny,” Raab stated.

“From the UK’s point of view, very difficult to see any plausible alternative explanation to this being carried out by the Russian intelligence services, but certainly the Russian government has a case to answer,” Raab stated.

Navalny shared {a photograph} from a Berlin hospital on Tuesday, sitting up in mattress and surrounded by his household, and stated he may now breathe independently after being poisoned in Siberia final month.

The main opponent of President Vladimir Putin, fell violently sick whereas campaigning on Aug. 20 and was airlifted to Berlin.

Germany says laboratory assessments in three international locations have decided he was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent, and Western governments have demanded a proof from Russia.

Moscow has known as the accusations groundless.

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