LONDON – The British response to the zenuwgasaanval on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia does not go far enough. That said, the widow of the in 2006 in England poisoned Aleksandr Litvinenko, a former officer of the Russian security service FSB.
Marina Litvinenko responded in an interview with Reuters news agency on the measures that the British government has taken.
Marina Litvinenko responded in an interview with Reuters news agency on the measures that the British government has taken because of the zenuwgasaffaire. The British media went quickly comparisons between the fate of Skripal and that of her husband, who died after a lethal dose of polonium was administered.
,,I think more needs to be done. It is not enough,” said the widow, who recognized that the British government is more powerful, has occurred after the death of her husband. Also when being the Brits with an accusing finger at Moscow, and that commitment denied. London decided at the time to the four diplomats out. This time, 23 Russian diplomats to leave the country.
Litvinenko claimed that it is meaningless to ,,according to the same rules as Putin to play. For that you win never”. ,,But you don’t need to show that you are soft and everything but accepts what is occurring in your country. Even after what my husband is to happen.” She calls for targeted sanctions against Russian officials and measures that Putin might not expect”.