Britain has accused Russia of “pursuing a diversionary tactic”. This has come after the country’s London embassy requested a meeting with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to discuss the Salisbury poisoning incident.
The request came just a day after former Russian spy Sergei Scribal was reported to doing better and responding treatment. There are reports that Mr Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, who is also recovering, may now be able to help the investigation.
The episode has resulted in tension between Russia and Britain with diplomates being asked to leave.
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