An application by the Russian Embassy to visit Yulia Skripal in the hospital is being considered by the British government.
The UK holds Russia responsible for the poisoning of Mrs. Skripal and her father, ex-spy Sergei Skripal, by a neurologist in Salisbury on March 4
The Russian Embassy in London says it "insists on the Right to see "Mrs. Skripal, who is a Russian citizen.
The rights and wishes of Mrs. Skripal are taken into account, said the United Kingdom.
The Foreign Ministry said it will consider Russia's application in line with its international obligations and national law.
The BBC understands that Mrs. Skripal, 33, is now conscious and speaks.
The Salisbury District Hospital has said that she is no longer in critical condition, adding that her father, 66, remained critically ill
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Meanwhile, Russia has taken further action against British diplomats and insisted that a total of more than 50 diplomats have to leave.
Moscow has initially expelled 23 British diplomats were 23 Russian diplomats or
Russia denies any involvement in the attack of nerve agents, which led to the Skripals were exposed on March 4 Novichok.
29 countries have expelled 1
On Friday, Ambassadors from Albania, Australia, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania Spain, Sweden and Ukraine have been asked to send home personnel from their missions – the same number of Russians who have expelled their countries.
And in another development, Russia accused British customs officials of searching for an Aeroflot plane that arrived from Moscow at London's Heathrow airport without the crew being able to attend.
The Russian embassy called it "a blatant provocation"
Urity minister Ben Wallace said it was "routine" for border officials to "search planes to protect the UK from organized crime and from those who want to bring harmful substances such as drugs or firearms into the country ".
The Russian Embassy said It had published a list of 27 questions in which it claimed that it had officially asked the British government to know the exact terms of the Skripals.