WARSAW, Poland – The Latest About the Diplomatic Fallout on the Attack of the Nerve Agents on an Ex-Russian Spy in Britain (Always Local):
Australia has announced it will expel two Russian diplomats in response on the recent attack by a former Russian military intelligence officer and his daughter on Britain.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said in a statement that the two diplomats are undeclared intelligence agents and have seven days to leave Australia.
Turnbull struck the attack as "the first offensive use of chemical weapons in Europe since World War II".
He also called it Russia's "reckless and deliberate" behavior that damages global security and against the use of
An Australian minister of government has praised Western nations that have more than Sixty Russian diplomats expelled and suggested that Australia would soon sell its
Treasurer Scott Morrison told Sky News that his government would comment on Tuesday's response to allegations that Moscow was using Sergei, a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union Skripal, a former Russian intelligence officer, poisoned UK, and his daughter, Yulia, on British soil. The two remain in critical condition and unconscious
Morrison says, "We have evidently shown much solidarity with Britain in this matter and welcome the announcements made by our allies and partners around the world."
Local media report Australia will expel two Russian diplomats.
Turkey condemns the poisoning of the former Russian spy in Britain, but has no plans to expel Russian diplomats.
Excluding Russia Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said in a statement Monday that Turkey regards the use of chemical weapons as a crime against humanity and said the perpetrators of the attack on British soil should be caught and brought to justice ,
Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag, however, said Turkey had "positive" relations with Russia and would not take action against Moscow.
Speaking to reporters after a Cabinet meeting, Bozdag said, "Turkey is not considering making any decisions against Russia."
Turkey is a member of NATO, but remains outside the European Union.
Iceland says it has temporarily stopped working on contacts with Russia and that it will not send any of its leaders to the FIFA World Cup because of the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal.
The Icelandic Foreign Ministry says the attack with the nerve agent is a "grave violation of international law and international law" threatens security and peace in Europe. "It is said that it suspends bilateral contacts at the highest level in solidarity with Britain and other Western nations that have imposed diplomatic sanctions on Moscow.
About 20 countries, including the United States and many EU states, are expelling Russian diplomats because of Attack, which has put the former double-agent Skripal and his daughter in critical condition.
Iceland's team will be taking part in the World Cup this summer, with the small 340,000-nation North Atlantic nation qualified for completion for the first time
Russia's UN Special Envoy calls on the US government to expel a dozen diplomats from its homeland UN mission "a very unfortunate, very unfriendly movement."
Ambassador Wassily Nebenzia briefly spoke to reporters on Monday before a diplomatic lunch, naming the names of the Diplomats did not and called their privacy. Meanwhile, deputy UN spokesman Farhan Haq said Secretary General Antonio Guterres will follow developments closely and "connect with the governments concerned."
The US and at least 16 European countries announced on Monday the expulsion of Russian diplomats as the West sought a joint punishment for Moscow's alleged poisoning of an ex-spy in the UK.
The US and almost all other countries publicly said to the Russians
The Russian Foreign Ministry expressed its "strong protest" against the expulsions.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says Britain has made European countries hostage to their displaced people anti-Russian policy
Maria Zakharova said in televised speeches that Britain has no evidence of the allegation The former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter
The United States of America, Canada and more than a dozen European countries have joined the United Kingdom to expel Russian diplomats in solidarity against the poisoning. Russia has vigorously denied its involvement in the poisoning and warned that it will react in the same way.
Zakharova claimed that "powerful forces" in Britain and the United States were behind the attack she called a "provocation" "Russophobic" campaign
A shield At the glass door of the office of the Russian Consulate in downtown Seattle said in Russian that the office was closed and would not accept new passport applications.
On Monday, the US ordered to close the Seattle office and punish a total of 60 diplomats to punish Moscow's alleged role in poisoning an ex-spy in the UK.
The move followed the closure of the Russian Consulate last year in San Francisco. In Seattle, three people looking for new passports were frustrated. One young man who did not want to give his name said, "The West Coast has no consulates at all now, which means the next one is in Houston, it's a huge inconvenience."
In a statement, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said, "The real question is why it takes so long to stand with our allies and fight a government that continues to threaten and undermine our democracy."
Durkan, a Democrat, is a former federal prosecutor who was appointed by President Barack Obama
The Spanish Foreign Ministry says the authorities expelled two diplomats from the Russian Embassy in Madrid and add that they consider the attack of Nerve Agents on a former Russian spy in England as an incident of "extreme severity".
The ministry said in a statement that the March 4th poisoning "poses a serious threat to our collective security and to international laws". She did not identify the Russian diplomats in an e-mail statement, but said that both were asked to give up Spanish territory.
The US and more than a dozen European nations announced in solidarity with Britain coordinated expulsions of Russian diplomats on Monday blaming Russia for the attack.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says 18 countries have announced that they will expel more than 100 Russian intelligence agents in response to the poisoning of a former spy with neurotoxins.
The US, Canada, Ukraine and 15 European nations have joined Britain to order Russian diplomats accused of being spies working under diplomatic cover.
May told MPs in the House of Commons that the action is "the largest collective expulsion of Russian intelligence agents in history." 19659002] The coordinated evictions are a victory for the United Kingdom's attempts to collect an international response to the use of a nerve poison against Sergei Skripal and daughter Julia in the English town of Salisbury
May says that Russia's "increasingly aggressive" behavior represents a threat to the collective security of the West.
The Kremlin says that Russia is likely to oppose the expulsions of Russian diplomats of the United States and the European Union over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain
The spokesman for the Russian president Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, said in a commentary by Russian news agencies that Moscow is "going for the principle of reciprocity" as it ponders its response to the decisions of Washington and the EU.
Peskov said the State Department would be the situation analyze and Putin submit a proposal, which will make the final decision on how he should respond., 19659002] Britain accused Russia of involvement in the poisoning of former Russian spy Serge Skripal on 4 March with his daughter, which is in critical condition have alleged that Moscow f
Russia's ambassador to the US says Washington's decision to expel 60 Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in the UK is destroying what is left of Russia.
Anatoly Antonov condemned the US step as careless and provocative and said in the comments of Russian news agencies that Moscow would give a "fair" response.
He said on Monday that the US was "ruining what is left of Russian-US English: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…=view&id=167 Britain has blamed Russia for poisoning former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were blamed on 4 March, which vehemently denounced Moscow
Britain, the US and the EU have announced expulsions of Russian diplomats.
Britain Foreign Minister says the coordinated expulsion of Russian diplomats by the US, Canada and European nations is "the largest collective expulsion of Russian intelligence officers.
Boris Johnson calls the expulsions "the extraordinary international response of our allies" and shows that "Russia can not break international rules with impunity."
Britain blames Russia for poisoning on 4 March by ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter On Friday, the 28-nation European Union admitted that there is no other plausible explanation.
Russia and Britain have expelled 23 diplomats from the other side because of the incident, leading to a diplomatic crisis between Russia and Russia
Great Britain says its expelled Russians are spies operating under diplomatic cover.
The Russian Foreign Ministry is expressing its indignation at the expulsions Russian diplomats through the European Union of NATO members solidarisier Join the UK and say that Moscow will respond.
Britain has accused Russia of having been involved in the poisoning of former Russian spy Serge Skripal and his daughter on 4 March, allegations that Moscow has denied. The US and many EU countries have announced that they will expel Russian diplomats.
The Russian Foreign Ministry affirms on Monday that the British allegations are unfounded. She adds that Britain's allies blindly follow the principle of Euro-Atlantic solidarity, which is contrary to common sense, the norms of civilized international dialogue and international law.
Russia is said to respond to the "unfriendly" move, but it does not
Canada says it is launching four Russian diplomats in solidarity with Britain.
Secretary of State Chrystia Freeland says the attack was carried out with nerve agents on the ground Canada's closest ally is despicable and may endanger the lives of hundreds of people.
Canada also says that three requests from the Russian government for additional diplomatic staff are now being rejected.
The four displaced were identified as intelligence agents or persons who used their diplomatic status to undermine Canada's security or interfere in our democracy. They are at the Embassy in Ottawa and at the Consulate in Mont
Meanwhile, the Romanian Foreign Ministry says it is expelling a Russian diplomat and calling the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal "a threat to collective security and international law". The Ministry agrees with Britain's assessment that Russia is likely to be responsible
A senior Russian legislator says Moscow must respond to the evictions of Russian diplomats by the US and the European Union The poisoning of a former Russian had been ordered spy in Britain
Konstantin Kossachev, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the upper house of parliament, says on Facebook that Russia must respond proportionally.
He denounces the wave of expulsion as a "dirty and mean game that has no precedent."
Britain has blamed Russia for the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter on March 4, which fiercely denied Russia
As a sign of solidarity with Britain, the United States now says that they are kicking out 60 Russian diplomats, while many EU nations also announce similar expulsions.
A European Union official says 14 members Nations have expelled more than 30 Russian officials in total because of the mad attack on an ex-spy in the UK.
The official spoke on the condition of anonymity, because the process is still ongoing.
EU governments and The White House on Monday made co-ordinated announcements to expel Russian diplomats from their countries to show solidarity with Britain over the poisoning that Britain accuses Russia of. Russia denies responsibility
France announced that it would dislodge four Russian diplomats by next week. In a statement, the State Department said the attack "poses a serious threat to our collective security and international law."
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says his nation expels 13 Russian diplomats (19659002) Poroshenko says on Facebook that Ukraine is in a "spirit of solidarity" with its "British partners and transatlantic Ally "acts. The US smashes 60 Russian diplomats Germany and Poland said they have asked four Russian diplomats to leave and other EU countries have taken similar steps.
Russia and Ukraine are in a tug of war since Russia annexed the Ukrainian Crimean peninsula in 2014. Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine
Poroshenko demanded on Monday more "increase in price" for Moscow through financial and economic sanctions.
The White House says t The expulsion of Russian diplomats and the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle will "make the United States safer".
The White House spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, stated in a statement that President Donald Trump responds to "Russia's military use of chemical weapon on the soil of the United Kingdom." She says the move is "Russia's ability to spy on Americans and covert operations that threaten America's national security ".
The administration expelled 60 Russian diplomats and ordered the Russian Consulate to close in Seattle, while the United States and European nations attempted to jointly punish Moscow for its alleged role in poisoning an ex-spy in the UK.
Sanders says the United States and allies want to send a message to Russia that "actions will have consequences […]
The head of the European Union, Donald Tusk, says 14 member countries told Russian diplomatic staff about the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal in the UK
Tusk said Monday that there could be further action in the coming days and weeks, including further expulsions.
In Coordinated Announcements On Monday, the Czech Republic said it was fighting three employees of the Russian embassy, Andrej Babis said the move was an expression of solidarity with Great Britain.
The Netherlands said it was expelling two Russian intelligence officers, while Estonia said it was displacing it The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Italy was within a W Two of the Embassy's assigned Russian diplomats will be deported
Poland, Germany and Lithuania are among the European countries that expel Russian diplomats poisoning Russian ex-spies in the UK
Germany and Poland state that they have asked four Russian diplomats to leave, while in Lithuania three Russian diplomats have been asked to leave.
The German Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the move was part of a joint European response to the Skripal case
He said: "The expulsion of four diplomats is a strong signal of solidarity with Britain and signals the determination of the German government Not to Let Attacks on Our Closest Neighbors Partners and allies remained unanswered. "
The ministry added that the move was also a response to recent cyberattacks against German government networks," which according to previous information is most likely attributable to Russian sources.
The United States is throwing out 60 Russian diplomats and demanding that the Russian consulate in Seattle be closed in response to the poisoning of an ex-spy in the UK
The senior officials The Trump government say that the expelled Russ There are 12 spies believed by the US to be working under diplomatic cover on Russia's mission to the United Nations. They say the Seattle Consulate is a counterintelligence because of its proximity to a US Navy base.
The officials say that the measures taken to send a message about the "unacceptably high" number of Russian spies in the US respond to the attack in the UK The officials were not entitled to be named and demanded anonymity ,
The displaced Russians have seven days to leave the US
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