LONDON – The British government will ,,be appropriate‘ to respond if a foreign state’s involvement appears to be at the poisoning of a former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the English Salisbury last week. That the British Finance minister Philip Hammond said.
In a pizzeria in Salisbury was nerve gas found.
,,This is a police investigation and the evidence will prevail, and we must go where the evidence presented to us,” said Hammond on BBC television.
,,If the research demonstrates that a foreign state would be, it would of course be very serious and the government will appropriate answers,” he said.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were last week Sunday found unconscious on a bench. They are likely to be with a nerve agent poisoned.
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Sergei Skripal is arrested. (archive view)