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Putin hopes ‘common sense overcomes ” in this affair-Skripal

Russian president Vladimir Putin hopes ‘common sense overcomes’ in the handling of the affair-Skripal. The poisoning of a former Russian spy in the United Kingdom has to a serious diplomatic crisis between Russia and the West led.

‘We are waiting for the moment when common sense finally overcomes and which stopped with the infliction of damage to international relations’, said Putin at a press conference in the Turkish capital of Ankara.

The statement comes at the time that the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in the Hague meets to demand from Moscow the attack on the Salisbury to discuss. The OPCW carries out its own chemical analysis of samples of the zenuwgif that when that attack is used. The final report will not blame to assign.

After the poisoning of the Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, on Sunday 4 march in the Uk, the Salisbury, is a diplomatic showdown arise. The British government accuses Moscow of the attack on Skripal. Then decided almost thirty countries to more than 140 Russian diplomats.

Moscow denies, however, something to do with the poisoning of Skripal. In a response sends Russia the same diplomats back to their country. A Belgian diplomat is Wednesday by the Kremlin to declared ‘ persona non grata.

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