Union foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday called on Russia to answer questions on the use of a toxin against one of its former spies in Britain and offered London “unqualified solidarity”.
Boris Johnson, who briefed fellow European Union ministers in Brussels on Monday, won renewed support, though diplomats cautioned there was no immediate prospect of fresh economic sanctions on Russia.
“The Russian denial is increasingly absurd,” Johnson told reporters as he arrived for the ...
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