British, German, And French Issued A Joint Statement Condemning Russia

- Mar 16, 2018-

  According to reports of the Associated Press and the BBC on the 15th, leaders of the United States, Britain, France and Germany issued a joint statement, saying that Russia was the behindhand behind-the-scenes attack by nerve agents.

  It also claimed that this was the first offensive use of nerve agents in Europe since World War II and was a violation of Russia’s territorial integrity.

  Earlier, the British Prime Minister, Teresa May, announced on March 14 that as part of the response to the “double-sided spy poisoning case” in the past, Britain will order 23 Russian diplomats to leave the country within a week. This is Britain’s largest expel from diplomats since the end of the Cold War.