In his first public comment on the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, Russian President Vladimir Putin called allegations that Russia was behind the attempted assassination “absolute nonsense.”
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Russian envoy suggests Britain itself may have been behind the attack as UK allies support London’s assertion
Russia told the UN security council on Wednesday that it had never made or even researched novichok nerve agents, which the UK alleges were used in the Salisbury attack on a former Russia spy and his daughter.
In a heated council debate, the Russian envoy, Vissaly Nebenzia, rejected UK accusations of responsibility and suggested that the British government might have carried out the...
A powerful Russian nerve agent has been used on the streets of the UK, according to Theresa May. Novichok have been said to be the most deadly nerve agents ever made. And they were used on former spy Sergei Skripal, who was poisoned in Salisbury days ago.