After attack of nerve on Skripal: spoedberaad on sanctions against Russia

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LONDON – Prime minister Theresa May is preparing steps against Russia, after the zenuwgasaanval on the Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal (66) and his daughter Yulia (33). At the cemetery at the grave of the mother of Skripal and his son Alexander is now being searched for traces. She died a few years ago.

May consult with members of her cabinet about possible sanctions against Russia, if it turns out that the country with the attack. She hopes Monday more clearly to provide. She has already let you know that the penalties will be harsh. The minister of the Interior, Amber Budd keeps a spoedberaad about the research. Among others, Boris Johnson (Foreign Affairs) is also present.

Salisbury teems currently of agents and military personnel, report British media. The grave of the mother of Skripal, Liudmila, is not excavated, the police let you know. Also in other places is to track down sought after by specialists and soldiers.


In addition, the police agent Nick Bailey upside-down to be reversed. His car was parked at the hospital and parked. He came up with the nerve gas in contact when he took over father and daughter Skripal and is in critical condition in the hospital.

Moscow has not so far had any involvement is denied.

Mother Liudmila died in 2012 at the age of 59 to cancer. Son, Alexander (43) died last year march in St. Petersburg to a liver disease.

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