Russia says Skripal incident being used to demonize Moscow

March 6, 2018 14:33
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LONDON - Russia's embassy in London said on Tuesday it was seriously concerned by British media reporting of the hospitalization of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and complained that the incident was being used to demonize Russia.

The embassy said it wanted information on the incident from the British authorities and called for an end to what it termed as the "demonization of Russia.""The way the situation is being described by British media causes serious concern," a spokesman for the Russian embassy said in a statement. "The British media are swiftly launching a new phase of the anti-Russian campaign."

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