Russia to UN: Whoever initiated “Skripal case” will regret it

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The Permanent Representative of Russia to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, called the “The Scripal Case” a blow to Russia’s role on the international arena.

“This calls into question our legitimacy in general, it is not just a blow to our role in the Syrian settlement, but to our role in the international arena in principle,” he said in an interview with the “Sunday” program on Channel One.

According to him, the pressure that is now on Russia is unprecedented, but there is no evidence it has something to be blamed for. Nebenzia noted that experts are questioning the version of the chemical poisoning of the Skripals, and when the truth becomes known, those who “initiated it will regret that they started it at all.”

Source RIA
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Postal Dude
Postal Dude
3 years ago

The Novichok nerve agent used on Sergei and Yulia Skripal, which the chemical formula is well known, is a false flag joint operation codenamed Beluga by MI6 and the CIA as revealed by French GIGN officer Paul Barill.

Guy
Guy
Reply to  Postal Dude
3 years ago

Paul Barill tells all in this interview and I don’t think he would have any reason to lie about it .He has no axes to grind with anyone on this subject but only seems to want to tell the truth. I never realized that there are so many Russian oligarchs in London.I guess all those people/criminals that fleeced Russia out of billions in the 90s.

FlorianGeyer
FlorianGeyer
3 years ago

I just hope it brings down the UK government. They are a disgrace and a stain on the United Kingdom.

7.62x54r
7.62x54r
3 years ago

Sounds more like the Skripals are being held hostage by a NATO country which tells fantastic lies and murders house pets for political points.

byblos
byblos
Reply to  7.62x54r
3 years ago

Simply, just by keeping the Skripals isolated from society and their family demonstrate that it is a false flag.

dan kopfz
dan kopfz
3 years ago

The Skripals are in a great deal of danger, and not from Russia. I’d imagine they’re hoping against hope that they’ll be released and allowed to leave the UK, but that seems unlikely as they’re being transferred to the CIA.

They might not have been killed in a false flag, but they’re as good as dead now. CIA tend to disappear loose-ends, and the Skripals the last loose-end that could unravel the whole false flag narrative. It’s just a matter of time before they’re murdered, buried, and the world is told they’re in permanent protective custody–never to be seen again.

AM Hants
AM Hants
Reply to  dan kopfz
3 years ago

For there sake, I hope a 3rd nation, neutral, can provide Consulate assistance and take them out of the control of the UK or the US.

AM Hants
AM Hants
3 years ago

Tonights attack on Syria and I wonder if it is connected. Weird, just before the UN meets later today.

Le Ruscino
Le Ruscino
3 years ago

The Skripals are toast & will be killed shortly in a pretence of New Identity & Relocation.

Now we will see how far Russia will have to go to stop their execution by the Brits……..

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