Britain urgently deletes Tweet, but it cannot delete their lies

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Great Britain will have to apologize to Russia for accusations in the case of Sergey Skripal’s poisoning, the permanent representative of the Russian Federation to the OSCE Alexander Lukashevich told journalists.


“Britain will be made to apologize, I’m sure of it, because today official versions deviate a lot from what the prime minister and (head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Boris Johnson declared in parliament. Many  understand that, behind this is a large-scale provocation, for which they will to answer.” Lukashevich stated on the sidelines of the Moscow Security Conference.

Yesterday, the Porton Down laboratory made a statement that the origin of Novichok was never established. Any number of countries have the potential to produce it.

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The British foreign office went on to delete their Tweet from March 22 specifying that Russia was the source country, implicating Porton Down in a statement it never made. Somebody should teach the employees about what a ‘cached’ version is.


Will Johnson stand down for such a blatant provocation, that entirely disregarded international law and stability?

Source RIA
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