While Britain did not present any proof of Russia’s involvement in Skripal affair, Moscow is ready and willing to hold serious discussion with London about this matter, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during joint press conference with his German counterpart Heiko Maas in Berlin.
“Today we’ve confirmed to our German partners that we haven’t seen any evidence. And I seriously doubt that the British presented anything other than what they publicly use to back their baseless accusations, to their NATO allies and to the European Union,” Lavrov said.
The minister also remarked that Moscow is ready for a serious discussion with London, based on the principles of the international law and not on the “highly-likely principle.”
“The ‘highly-likely’ principle won’t fly here, even though our British colleagues employ it to demonize Russia and to turn all their European partners against us. This is being done during the Brexit process which is probably why London steps up these efforts,” Lavrov remarked.
He also stressed that there is no factual basis for somewhat meaningful discussion of accusations against Russia maintained by London with regard to the Skripal affair or the death of former Russian security…