Moscow says the British sanctions that prime minister Theresa May this afternoon, has announced against Russia an ‘unprecedented provocation, which the dialogue between the two countries undermines’. “We wanted to collaborate, but the British opted for confrontation’, it sounds.
The British prime minister Theresa May announced this afternoon in parliament measures against Russia after the poisoning of the ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. So will the United Kingdom 23 Russian diplomats the country off. An invitation to the Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov to the United Kingdom to visit, was withdrawn. British ministers and the royal family are going to the world cup in Russia is not attending.
Moscow reacts on it by stating that the penalties are set under ‘false pretences’. “The proposition that Russia was involved in the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter is an unprecedented and blatant provocation that the normal dialogue between our two countries a total of undermines’, says the Russian Foreign minister Wednesday night in a press release.
“It is the British government unworthy of our bilateral relationship undermine it, by all sorts of hostile measures, including the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats”, continues the press release.
‘The British choose for the confrontation with Russia, instead of choosing cooperation. By unilateral sanctions, the British government is nothing but again an anti-Russian campaign.’
‘It is needless to say that we will soon countermeasures will take’, concludes the press release.