Pavlo Klimkin

The foreign Ministry of Ukraine expressed its support for the UK in the case of the poisoning of Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and called on all countries to boycott the world Cup, to be held this summer. This is stated in the statement of the foreign Ministry Pavel Klimkin.

The statement said that, given the British intelligence services and taking into account the lack of response from the Russian side, Ukraine was “ready to support the Prime Minister that it is likely the handiwork of the Kremlin.”

Klimkin noted that Ukraine assured the United Kingdom in readiness to join the strong international reaction to the incident in the British Salisbury.

“It seems that this is really the alarm bell that should Wake up the West, at least I certainly hope so. Now the West must react in a manner that would make Russia feel the consequences of their actions,” – said Klimkin.

The Minister stressed that Russia has no right to host the world Cup. According to him, would be preferable to deprive Russia of the right to hold this event. “If this is impossible to do because of lack of time, urge all Nations and freedom-loving people who appreciate rules and order, to boycott the championship,” – said the Minister.

“The free world must take a very tough stance and act in a very decisive way that Russia understood that no one will tolerate those criminal terrorist methods that she uses. It must be done now before it is too late”, – said Klimkin.

2 March, Prime Minister Theresa may said that it is “very likely” that Moscow is responsible for the poisoning in Britain of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. According to Mei, they were poisoned with nerve substance developed in Russia. The Prime Minister gave Russia the day to provide their explanations.

The Russian foreign Ministry stressed that Moscow will not respond to the ultimatum of London until until she will be given samples of chemicals that poisoned Skripal.

Today, 14 March, the UK will initiate an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the case Skripal.

NATO expressed solidarity with Britain in the case of the poisoning of Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and urged Russia to respond to the questions the UK, including full disclosure of the production of nerve agents that were used in the assassination of former spy of the Russian Federation.

Theresa may, speaking in Parliament, called the poisoning Skripal “unlawful use of force by the Russian government against the United Kingdom” and listed a number of measures to be taken by the British government in response to the incident, including the expulsion of Russian diplomats 23.

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