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How does Russia and UK’s tension impact world?

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Rohit Dhyani
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has imposed new sanctions on Russia. Russia is accused of giving poison to former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain. Russia has called this action inappropriate.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May expelled 23 Russian diplomats from the country. There is tension between the two countries in the case of poisoning a Russian spy and his daughter. After which the UK has taken this action.

In his statement, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that Russia has not made its stand clear in this matter within the timeline given by Britain, hence Britain has taken this decision.

On March 4, 2018, Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in Britain. The UK has accused Russia of chemical attack. While Britain is trying to increase pressure on Russia in this matter with fellow countries, Russia has also made it clear that it will respond to any action that is going on against it.

The most recent case is that of Sergey Scripple and his daughter, former Russian spy. British police say they have been attacked with a rare substance after which their condition remains serious. The Russian Embassy in Britain has raised concerns about reports of British media about poisoning Sergey Scripple and his daughter. Russia says that it is ready for all kinds of cooperation in the investigation of this matter.

Former KGB detective Alexander Litvinenko found Green Tea at London’s Millennium Hotel, in which the poisonous substance Polonium-210 was found. There are allegations that the assassination itself took place at the behest of Russian President Vladimir Putin, although the Russian government has always denied it. Putin’s bitter critic Litvinenko was living in London.

In November 2012, after a London hotel, 44-year-old Russian citizen Alexander Perepilichhanni was found dead in a luxurious house. He had helped to investigate a Swiss investigating Russian money laundering after which he had to flee from Russia. Doubts suspected of murder even after his sudden death. But Russia also denied having its hand in it.

The Prime Minister said, “This attitude of Russia shows that it is against Britain, so the answer should be equally strong.” He said that he suspends all high-level contacts between Britain and Russia and in view of this 23 Russian diplomats are expelled. They have been given a week’s time to leave the country.

Theresa May described it as the biggest expulsion of the last 30 years. At the same time, it has been said that the government property of Russia will be seized in Britain. I made it clear that no member of the royal family will be included in the Football World Cup to be held in Russia.

66-year-old Russian spy Sergey Scripple and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, were targeted by poisoning the city of Salisbury, England. I had targeted Russia from joining the conspiracy of this attack, but Russia has been telling the story of not being involved in this whole plot. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin recently said that Britain should go into its fold before it can be discussed with Russia in this matter.

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Rohit Dhyani
Rohit Dhyanihttp://www.porterfolio.net/dhyani_rohit
Media maven, creative thinker, traveler, foodie, independent-minded person, non-conformist, free-spirited. Observer, Explorer, Senior Correspondent, Writer, Nature Lover.
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