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May asks EU countries, including Russians out

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LONDON – British prime minister Theresa May is asking European leaders to Russian diplomats off “to the network of the Kremlin in Europe to dismantle.” The British newspaper The Guardian reported Thursday that September at the European summit on Thursday and Friday warned that the Russian president Vladimir Putin a threat, and that years can take. London has 23 Russian diplomats expelled.

May see a very pattern of Russian aggressive behavior and the European democracies should stand shoulder to shoulder to itself. The British government sails out against the Kremlin, because its government is convinced that the Russian state is behind an assassination attempt with a exceptional kind of nerve gas. This became the beginning of march in the South england Salisbury, a former Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter Yulia in a coma.

Russia maintains that it is not a single motive to the ex-spy is now out of the way to clean up and certainly not with the strange poison that once in the Soviet Union and chemical weapons is developed.

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