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Peskov described the British accusations against Russia of “unprecedented rudeness”

Песков назвал британские обвинения в адрес РФ "невиданным хамством" Putin’s press Secretary commented on the poisoning Skripal.

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called allegations in the UK about the poisoning of ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter as a provocation and said that they “border on gangsterism.”

“This (accusation – ed.) – the unprecedented rudeness. Nobody ever found yourself in a situation when the country is accused of something, I can’t even articulate and not trying to formulate,” said he.

Peskov added: “We acknowledge that this is absolutely unprecedented – bordering, perhaps, a gang of international business”.

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“What’s behind it? The internal problems of Britain or the problems of relations with allies, or something else? It is likely none of our business. Our job – how to cope with this provocation”, – said Putin’s press Secretary.

Peskov added that Putin has formulated his position: “He said that we are our internal Affairs in the first place, and this incident happened to you and you must first understand, and then something to say.”

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As you know, poisoned the Russians – Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia – was found unconscious in the town of Salisbury on March 4.

The investigation is conducted under article “attempt at murder”, although the possibility was discussed to qualify the incident as a terrorist attack, given the potential danger used the nerve substance.

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