Marea Britanie va expulza 23 diplomati rusi dupa ce Moscova a refuzat sa explice cum a fost folosit o otrava chimica produsa de catre sovietici/rusi pentru a otravi un spion rus care locuia in Salisbury, a declarat prim-ministrul britanic.

Theresa May a declarat că diplomații rusi, au o săptămână sa paraseasca Regatul Unit,in special cei care au fost identificați ca “ofițeri de informații nedeclarati” – spioni.

De asemenea, a revocat o invitație de la ministrul de externe al Rusiei și a declarat că familia regală nu va participa la Cupa Mondială de fotbal organizata de Fifa care are loc in Rusia in acest an.

Avand in vedere climatul politic post-Brexit din Anglia in mod special, si faptul ca Trump este presedintele Statelor Unite, reactia britanica a surprins media si politicieni deoarece majoritatea care au votat pentru Brexit il admira pe Vladimir Putin, presedintele Rusiei.

Nigel Farage la numit pe Vladimir Putin drept liderul mondial pe care îl admiră cel mai mult, in special cum a tratat Putin criza din Siria.

Mr Speaker, it was right to offer Russia the opportunity to provide an explanation. But their response has demonstrated complete disdain for the gravity of these events.

They have provided no credible explanation that could suggest they lost control of their nerve agent.

No explanation as to how this agent came to be used in the United Kingdom; no explanation as to why Russia has an undeclared chemical weapons programme in contravention of international law.

Instead they have treated the use of a military grade nerve agent in Europe with sarcasm, contempt and defiance.

So Mr Speaker, there is no alternative conclusion other than that the Russian State was culpable for the attempted murder of Mr Skripal and his daughter – and for threatening the lives of other British citizens in Salisbury, including Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey.

This represents an unlawful use of force by the Russian State against the United Kingdom.

And as I set out on Monday it has taken place against the backdrop of a well-established pattern of Russian State aggression across Europe and beyond.

It must therefore be met with a full and robust response – beyond the actions we have already taken since the murder of Mr Litvinenko and to counter this pattern of Russian aggression elsewhere.


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