Report: Russia calls British minister's comments on spy incident 'wild'

March 6, 2018 17:01
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MOSCOW - Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Tuesday that British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's comments about a mysterious illness that has struck down a Russian former double agent were "wild," the Interfax news agency reported.

Johnson said earlier on Tuesday it would be difficult to see how UK representation could go to the World Cup in Russia in a normal way if the Kremlin was behind the illness that has struck down Sergei Skripal.

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