Britain will continue to «inflate provocation» against Russia, I’m sure Morozov

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Natruskin of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Igor Morozov. Archival photoBritain will continue to «inflate provocation» against Russia, I’m sure Morozov© RIA Novosti / Alexander Natruskin

UK will not stop at taken against Russian diplomats and the measures will inflate further provocation, said to RIA Novosti, the Senator, a veteran of the RAF Igor Morozov.

«The British will not stop, will this provocation inflate further to global conflict», — said Morozov.

According to him, obviously, and had taken the attempt on the ex-GRU officer Sergei Skripal.

The Senator did not rule out that there will be a boycott of the Kingdom of the world championship on football in Russia, as well as that the measures of London may concern, Russian Ambassador to the UK.

Relations between Russia and Britain deteriorated sharply against the background of the incident in the British Salisbury, where he was poisoned by the ex-Colonel of the GRU, Sergei Skripal, who worked for the British secret service, and his daughter Julia. The British side claims that the poisoning Skrobala nerve substance from the group of «Newbie» involved in the Russian state. In this regard, British Prime Minister Theresa may announced a series of measures against Russia, including 23 on the expulsion of Russian diplomats and the freezing of all bilateral contacts at a high level.

Russia categorically denies involvement in the poisoning Skrobala. On Saturday the Russian foreign Ministry has declared persona non grata 23 diplomatic staff of the British Embassy and demanded that they left Russia within a week. In addition, stopped the activity of the British Council in Russia in connection with the unresolved status, and revoked consent for the opening and functioning of the General Consulate of great Britain in Saint-Petersburg.

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