The international agenda will not affect the formation of the government, said Sands

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It is hardly possible to say that conflicts with other countries can influence Russia’s internal Affairs, including the formation of a government, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

«To speak about any significant effect, so to speak, of international Affairs on these processes is hardly necessary. Here the absolute self-sufficiency, about what the President was saying, and therefore, so to speak, to say that some conflict situations may affect certain processes in Russia, it is hardly possible», — said Peskov, answering the question whether the situation with Britain in the formation of a new Russian government.

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.

The international agenda will not affect the formation of the government, said Sands© Infographical terrible toxic substances

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