Poisoning Skripal. Montenegro declared persona non grata a Russian diplomat

Montenegro declared persona non grata a Russian diplomat in connection with the poisoning in Britain of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal. About it reports a press-service of the government of Montenegro.

«The government of Montenegro adopted the decision to declare a diplomatic representative accredited to the Russian Embassy persona non grata and to revoke consent to the appointment of the honorary Consul of Russia in Montenegro», – stated in the message.

The Russian Embassy has been notified about the decision. The diplomat must leave the country within a week.

The government noted that the decision was made after meeting with allies in the European Union and NATO and as a sign of solidarity with Britain.

4 March 2018 66-year-old Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia was hospitalized with symptoms of poisoning in British Salisbury.

The investigation revealed that during the attack was used that was developed in Russia, a nerve agent, Novichok. Prime Minister Theresa may has demanded from the Kremlin to explain what had happened until the evening of March 13, otherwise London would take an incident of unlawful use of force by Russia against great Britain.

The UK position was supported by the government of France, USA, Germany, Australia and other countries.

Moscow has refused to answer the ultimatum of London, and demanded to give her samples of the substance that poisoned Skrobala.

March 14, the British authorities announced the expulsion of Russian diplomats 23, and the suspension of the planned bilateral contacts with Russia. March 17, Russia declared a persona non grata 23 British diplomats.




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