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Map. History of Russia conflict

21 July 2018
White House says it shares Britain's assessment that Russia is responsible for poisoning of Russian ex-spy
Russian delegate: Britain wants to smear Russia's reputation
Russian ambassador to the U.N. says 'we demand that material proof be provided of allegedly found Russian trace' in poisoning incident in Britain
4 month ago
Russia's Lavrov never accepted invite, withdrawn, to visit Britain - Foreign Ministry
Vasily Nebenzya: It is even difficult for me to comment while using diplomatic vocabulary.
At UN Security Council meeting, Amb. Haley says US believes Russia is responsible for nerve attack: "If we don't take immediate, concrete measures to address this now, Salisbury will not be the last place we see chemical weapons used This is a defining moment."
French delegate to the Security Council: France condemns the attack and solidarity with the British ally
"The credibility of this council will not survive if we fail to hold Russia accountable," @nikkihaley tells UN Security Council in session about nerve gas attack in UK
[email protected] says "The US believes that Russia is responsible" for the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
"The United States stands in absolute solidarity with the United Kingdom. The United States believes that Russia was responsible" - @nikkihaley.
Britain: Russia';s threats will not deter us and we will defend our values
In urgent UNSC meeting on poisoning of ex-spy in Salisbury @AmbassadorAllen says: We have not jumped to conclusions. We have carried out a thorough careful investigation which continues We have offered Russia a chance to explain but Russia has refused.
Deputy British delegate: Russia failed to comply with the Chemical Weapons Convention
Deputy British delegate to UN: We have informed the Chemical Weapons Organization of an attack on British territory
Deputy UK Envoy: This act constitutes a violation of Article 2 of the Charter of the United Nations
UK's @AmbassadorAllen on way into brief UNSC on investigation of Salisbury ex-Russian spy poisoning: "This was a reckless and indiscriminate act which put at risk the lives of innocent civilians."
4 month ago
Downing Street on PM's talks with @NicolaSturgeon
4 month ago
France fully backs NATO statement voicing solidarity with UK and concern over first offensive use of nerve agent on Alliance territory since NATO's foundation. ChemicalWeapons are "a threat to international peace and security"
4 month ago
Russian foreign ministry says "the British Government opted for confrontation with Russia our response measures will not be long in coming"
Russia's Lavrov never accepted invite, withdrawn, to visit Britain - Foreign Ministry4 month ago
Russia's Lavrov never accepted invite, withdrawn, to visit Britain - Foreign Ministry
UN chief says use of nerve agent in Britain 'unacceptable'
4 month ago
Russian Foreign Ministry: Britain has chosen confrontation with Moscow
4 month ago
Russian upper house of parliament head says Russia will react to UK actions in a fast, tough and reciprocal way
4 month ago
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says he "hopes common sense will prevail" as he denies Russian involvement in the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal
4 month ago
UK will encourage the Trump administration to work together with Britain on the response to the nerve gas attack London blames on Russia, according to @theresa_may
4 month ago
UK Foreign Office tells Britons travelling to Russia to be aware of the possibility of anti-British sentiment or harassment
4 month ago
Moscow Orthodox Church concerned about May speech at Parliament
4 month ago
Russia to speed up deliveries of S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries to Turkey
Russian media report that @GazpromEN will move jobs from its offices in UK, US, France and other overseas locations and move them to the corporate HQ in St. Petersburg
4 month ago
We will look at security and protection of any UK football fans travelling to the World Cup in Russia - UK PM May
4 month ago
British Prime Minister advises citizens wishing to travel to Russia to review the British Foreign Office first
4 month ago
Russian Antifa activist flees to Finland after accusing the Federal Security Service (FSB) of torturing him
4 month ago
PM says decision on the future of RT is for Ofcom
4 month ago
Mrs May has acted, quite rightly, against Russia. Not that it will make any difference says @Nigel_Farage
4 month ago
Russia's foreign ministry has responded to May's criticism of Lavrov with this sick burn: "Your minister is Boris Johnson"
4 month ago
The Russian embassy in Britain says the London decision to expel Russian diplomats is hostile, unacceptable and unjustified
4 month ago
Moscow: The British prime minister has no right to judge Russia in the spy case
4 month ago
"The wealth of the Putin family should be exposed" says @TomTugendhat
4 month ago
Russia "would have responded to the deadline if it had known it was innocent" points out Julian Lewis MP
4 month ago
PM May: We are taking this matter to the UN. It will be part of an open discussion taking place tomorrow. This is not just about the incident that has taken place in the UK, it's about the use of chemical weapons
4 month ago
Russia's Foreign Ministry tells local news agencies that its official response is imminent
North Atlantic Council of @NATO will meet for a consecutive day tomorrow, PM says. This is a clear indication of gravity with which allies are treating Russia's attack on UK using chemical weapons
4 month ago
Ian Blackford for @theSNP says has to be robust response to use of "terror on our streets". Welcomes measures announced by PM.
4 month ago
PM May: This is not a question of our diplomacy. This is a question of the culpability of the Russian state on our soil We have a consensus with our allies
While Theresa May was announcing the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats, providing reaction on Russian TV was Andrei Lugovoi: the man who, Britain concluded, poisoned Alexander Litvinenko.4 month ago
While Theresa May was announcing the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats, providing reaction on Russian TV was Andrei Lugovoi: the man who, Britain concluded, poisoned Alexander Litvinenko.
4 month ago
UK PM May: This is not just an act of attempted murder this is an affront to the prohibition of the use of chemical weapons
4 month ago
PM May: We will not tolerate such a flagrant breach of Russia's international obligations I will speak to other allies in the coming days
4 month ago
UK PM May: It is not in our interests to break off all communication with Russian federation but this relationship cannot be the same
4 month ago
UK PM May says UK government will include Magnitsky-type amendments to sanctions bill; increase checks on Russians coming into UK; consider new anti-espionage legislation, among other measures
4 month ago
PM May: While our response must be robust, it must remain true to our values. Many Russians have made this their home but to those who seek to do us harm my message is simple - you are not welcome here
4 month ago
PM May: We will make full use of existing powers to track those travelling to the UK who could threatening security of UK. We will increase checks on freight and flights
4 month ago
May says we will suspend all high-level planned bilaterals with Russia, will revoke Lavrov meeting in UK
4 month ago
May says will freeze Russian state assets wherever we have evidence of a threat
4 month ago
PM says high-level bilateral contacts to be suspended. No ministers or royal family members going to World Cup.
4 month ago
UK PM May: Through these explusions, we will degrade Russian intelligence. If they seek to rebuild it, we will prevent them from doing so
4 month ago
PM May: "No attendance by Ministers or members of the Royal Family to this summer's World Cup"
4 month ago
PM: Many Russian abide by our laws and play an important part. But to those do harm, PM says: "You are not welcome here"
4 month ago
PM May: It was right to allow the Russian govt to provide an explanation but they have given no credible explanation. No explanation as to why Russia has an undeclared nuclear weapons programme instead they have treated this with sarcasm, contempt and defiance
4 month ago
"Either this was a direct act by the Russian state against our country, or conceivably the Russian government could have lost control of a military grade nerve agent" - @Theresa_May on Salisbury
4 month ago
PM seeking new legislative powers to harden defence, including power to detain those suspected of hostile activity at the border
4 month ago
PM says 23 Russian diplomats to be expelled. Given a week to leave. Biggest expulsion for 30 years.
4 month ago
UK PM May says Russia's response has show complete disdain, offered no explanation for undeclared chemical weapons program in contravention of law
4 month ago
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats as part of a range of measures in response to the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury
4 month ago
PM: Must come together with allies to defend our security
4 month ago
UK PM May: "We've agreed immediate actions to dismantle the Russian espionage network in the UK"
4 month ago
UK PM May on Russian poisoning: "It must be met with a full and robust response."
4 month ago
PM says Russia has shown defiance and contempt. Concludes Russian state responsible for attempted murder.
4 month ago
PM says Russian response shows disdain for seriousness of situation
4 month ago
Russia's response "has provided complete disdain for the gravity of these events" says PM May
4 month ago
PM statement on Salisbury response
4 month ago
Russia threatens to expel British media if UK bars Russia's RT over spy poisoning crisis
4 month ago
Russian ambassador to the UK has told the British Government's actions are "completely unacceptable" and "a very serious provocation"
NATO allies urged Russia to answer Britain's questions over the poisoning of an ex-spy with a nerve agent, calling the suspected attack a "clear breach of international norms"
4 month ago
The Russian Ambassador has left the UK Foreign Office and told to expect a response from Russia
4 month ago
"Britain should follow international law" says Russian Ambassdor
4 month ago
PM says more "significant" powers will be going to Edinburgh as part of the Brexit process; then manages to segue onto tax rates in Scotland
4 month ago
@IanBlackfordMP PM says amendments took time because they were talking to devolved admins about them (not mentioning that current changes weren't agreed)
We stand in solidarity with our @NATO Ally, the United Kingdom, in condemning the offensive use of a nerve agent on their territory. Russia must address UK questions and provide full disclosure of their chemical weapon program to @OPCW – @USAmbNATO
4 month ago
Britain summons Russian ambassador to Foreign Office - source
4 month ago
Russian Ambassador is currently in the UK Foreign Office
4 month ago
UK calls for 'urgent' UN Security Council meeting over nerve gas attack
NATO statement on Russian poisoning in UK
4 month ago
There it is. PM brings up Labour's record on NHS in Wales
4 month ago
Jeremy Corbyn raises case of cancer suffer resident in the UK being denied treatment. PM wants to look at case details before responding, but says more people being treated.
29 NATO Allies have just agreed a statement expressing full solidarity with the UK and offering support after the Salisbury attack – Stoltenberg
4 month ago
PM condemns sending of suspicious packages to Muslim MPs
4 month ago
UK Foreign Office says the UN Security Council will meet today to discuss the investigation into the nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal
4 month ago
V busy couple of hours about to start in the Commons. PMQs then a statement from the PM on response to Salisbury attack
4 month ago
Sky News: Britain to expel Russian diplomats
4 month ago
Sky Sources: Prime Minister Theresa May is to announce the expulsion of Russian diplomats as part of a range of measures in response to the nerve agent attack on former spy
4 month ago
The UK PM will announce the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the UK. Not as many as in 1971 but "significant" I'm told
4 month ago
The UK has called for an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council to update Council members on the investigation into the nerve agent attack in Salisbury
President of the European Council Donald Tusk says waiting for suggestions from London before deciding common EU reaction to poisoning attack
Tusk: For real friends, this should be obvious: At a time of fake news spreading, meddling in our elections, and attacks on people on our soil with nerve agent, the response must not be transatlantic bickering but transatlantic unity
Tusk: I express my full solidarity with PM @theresa_may in the face of the brutal attack inspired, most likely, by Moscow. I'm ready to put the issue on next week's EUCO agenda
4 month ago
After spy is poisoned, Britain mulls closing door to London for Russia's rich
4 month ago
Russia's Lavrov says no progress made in stand-off with Britain
4 month ago
Russia rejects "ultimatums" over spy poisoning
4 month ago
ATO spox: Luhansk sector – Russian proxies attacked Luhanske with mounted grenade launchers and heavy machine guns and Zalizne with small arms and automatic grenade launchers. Donetsk sector – militants attacked Shakhta Butovka with small arms and shelled Pisky with 82mm mortars.
4 month ago
Kremlin says ties with US cannot get any worse under new Secretary of State
Only Russia could be behind U.K. poison attack: toxin's co-developer
4 month ago
The UK National Security Council is meeting to discuss the government's response to Russia
The Russian Embassy issues a *furious* and rambling press release slamming the @australian for its coverage of the Skripal case and "dirty anti-Russian lampoon" - "Let's leave on the conscience of Mr Romaniv his russophobic scum"
Alexei Navalny's coordinator in Kaliningrad, Yegor Chernyuk, spent last night in a police cell.
Motorised units held a counter-amphibious exercise on Kuril Islands. Motorised units carried out a march, equipped fire positions and organized coastal defence.4 month ago
Motorised units held a counter-amphibious exercise on Kuril Islands. Motorised units carried out a march, equipped fire positions and organized coastal defence.
Russian FSB says they have detained 60 ISIS supporters in Moscow region4 month ago
Russian FSB says they have detained 60 ISIS supporters in Moscow region
Russia's ministry of defense says Russia's top military officer, Gen. Valery Gerasimov, spoke with his US counterpart, Gen. Dunford about Syria, Tuesday, the same day Gerasimov threatened to target US forces in Syria if they retaliate against the government's use of chemical weapons4 month ago
Russia's ministry of defense says Russia's top military officer, Gen. Valery Gerasimov, spoke with his US counterpart, Gen. Dunford about Syria, Tuesday, the same day Gerasimov threatened to target US forces in Syria if they retaliate against the government's use of chemical weapons
4 month ago
Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova: Not one person can come out in the parliament of their country and say, I give Russia 24 hours. What kind of conversation is that, anyway?
4 month ago
Interfax: Moscow calls on London not to speak in the language of ultimatums with a nuclear power.
4 month ago
Russian MFA vows to ban all the British media working in the country if Ofcom forces RT off UK airwaves
Tillerson says the work remains to be done in Syria, Iraq and relations with Russia.
Tillerson: Current trajectory of Russia "likely to lead to greater isolation."
Tillerson: "And much work remains to respond to the troubling behavior and actions of the Russian government."
4 month ago
A Downing Street spokesperson has said President Trump has told Prime Minister Theresa May during a phone call that the U.S. was "with the UK all the way" and the Russian government must provide "unambiguous answers as to how this nerve agent came to be used"
4 month ago
Nikolai Glushkov, a Russian émigré who the UK refused to extradite to Russia on fraud charges, died in his home in London, his Russian lawyer Andrei Borovkov told Echo Moscow radio. UK police calling the death "unexplained"
4 month ago
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman on UK claim that Moscow could be behind russian double agent Skripal poisoning in Salisbury, London: "One should not threaten a nuclear power"
4 month ago
Russia foreign ministry spokeswoman, on London's claims that Moscow could be behind spy poisoning: one should not threaten a nuclear power
Met Police's Counter-Terror Command has launched investigation into unexplained death of a man who Sky News believes was Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov in New Malden in southwest London and says there is no evidence to suggest death is linked to spy poisoning in Salisbury
In St. Petersburg on the street of the "Narodnogo Opolcheniya(People's Militia) in one of the residential multi-storey buildings there was an gas explosion
4 month ago
Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov, a close associate of the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky, has been found dead at his home in London; no word on the cause of death - The Guardian
4 month ago
Media regulator Ofcom says it will look at whether Russia Today is "fit and proper" to have a broadcasting licence if Russia is shown to be behind spy poisoning
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