Russian MP dismisses NYT report on secret unit aimed at ‘destabilizing Europe’
According to the report, a group, known as Unit 29155, travel to European countries and are linked to the poisoning attack on former GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia and a number of other crimes
Second package of Skripal Case sanctions to come into force on August 26
US President Donald Trump signed the relevant executive order on August 1
Reports of fourth victim of Salisbury incident lack credibility — Russian embassy
The diplomat added that the UK officials continue to refuse to cooperate with Russia regarding the Salisbury incident
Met Police confirm fourth victim of Salisbury incident
This is a police officer who arrived at the scene of the Skripals' poisoning
UK failure to respond to Skripal case notes is ‘extraordinary situation’ — Russian envoy
Russia’s envoy to UK hopes London will come to terms and eventually patch ties up
Sanctions are part of Trump administration’s policy, says Russian diplomat
he US administration earlier imposed a second round of sanctions on Russia over the Skripal incident
BBC’s further allegations about Salisbury incident cannot be trusted, embassy says
The Russian diplomats expressed bafflement that "the very fact that a certain person visited London in the beginning of March is presented as a conclusive evidence of his connection to the incident"
Putin’s meeting with UK PM seen as positive factor after long break in top-level contacts
The Kremlin said that "we like very much the British premier’s friendly and constructive attitude"