The European leaders agreed with Great Britain that it is “highly likely” is that Russia is responsible for the attack with nerve gas in Salisbury on the Russian double agent Skripal.
“There is no other plausible explanation possible,” said Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, Thursday evening, after a debate at the European summit in Brussels. That European aid is a boost for the British prime minister, Theresa May. They had for the beginning of the summit warned that the attack is part of a pattern of Russian aggression against Europe and its neighbours’, and gave at the top for more explanation about the burden of proof that Britain has.
In the course of the day, the Russian president Vladimir Putin still had contact with the prime ministers of Croatia and Greece, in an attempt the European unity to thwart. After a debate of two hours verscherpten the 28 leaders, the initial message that stated that it ‘very likely that the Russian Federation is responsible’.
Tusk handle the attack with nerve gas on the top to call for more cooperation between the EU member states and with Nato against chemical, biological and nuclear risks. “We have our capabilities continue to strengthen for hybrid threats’, added Tusk. Federica Mogherini, the High Representative for Foreign Policy, was given the assignment to see how that concrete can.