The foreign ministers of EU member states are meeting for a configuration of the Council of the European Union that convenes once a month in Belgium.
EU Imposes Sanctions Against Russia's GRU Head in Connection With False Flag Salisbury Case
Published 14:43 21.01.2019
Earlier, UK officials accused Moscow of attempting to kill former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal using a military grade chemical agent, without presenting any solid evidence to substantiate the claim. Russia denied the accusations and even offered London to conduct a joint investigation to determine the truth.
The EU has introduced sanctions against the head of Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) and his deputy as part of a new regime of sanctions regarding chemical weapons after the Salisbury incident. The top GRU officials, as well as two agents, were accused of "possession, transport" of the chemical nerve agent, which was allegedly used against the ex-GRU colonel in Salisbury, the UK in 2018
First Responder In Skripal Poisoning Turns Out To Be Britain’s Most Senior Military Nurse
Published Time: 21 Jan, 2019 10:08
Sergei and Yulia Skripal were given first aid by the British Army’s most senior nurse, who just happened to be nearby, according to a new report – adding further intrigue to the highly controversial case.
The latest development in the Salisbury poisoning affair will fuel the claims of skeptics, who don’t believe the official British narrative. UK authorities have claimed that the former double agent and his daughter were targeted by the Russian government in a bizarre failed assassination plot involving a military-grade nerve agent.