Vienna: London has not Proven Russia's Guilt for Scripal's Poisoning
Britain and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have not yet presented 100% evidence of Russian involvement in the poisoning of Sergei Scripal. For this reason, Austria will currently refrain from expelling Russian diplomats. This was stated by Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl.
"Everything is flowing, everything is changing, and OPCW experts have been working for almost eight days in London, and an investigation by both London and the OPCW has not yet provided 100% evidence that Russia is involved in this case," she said. on the question, Austria is ready to remain the only country that has not expelled Russian diplomats.
20 countries from Europe and North America have already announced plans to expel Russian diplomats because of the poisoning of Sergei Scripal and his daughter on March 4 in the English town of Salisbury. The eviction announcement came from Donald Tusk, who announced it before the start of the EU-Turkey summit, which was held yesterday in Sofia. Bulgaria is not among the countries that are planning to persecute Russian diplomats at this stage. This was stated yesterday by the Foreign Policy Office, reports bgnes.
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