british prime minister may: russian state is guilty of attempted murder of former spy sergei skripal and his daughter. :
ingiliz başbakanı may: rusya, eski casus sergei skripal ile kızını öldürmeye çalışmaktan suçlu bulundu.
rusya'nın suçlamaları reddetmesinden dolayı, 23 rus diplomatın sınır dışı edilmesine karar verildi.
başbakan may, 23 diplomata ülkelerini terk etmeleri için bir hafta süre verdi ve artık burada hoş karşılanmadıklarını belirtti.
skripal ve kızı hastanede tedavi görmekte ve durumları ciddi.birleşik krallık, 23 rus diplomatı sınır dışı ediyor.
russian spy: uk to expel 23 russian diplomats
14 march 2018 uk
the uk will expel 23 russian diplomats after moscow refused to explain how a russian-made nerve agent was used on former spy in salisbury, the pm says.
theresa may said the diplomats, who have a week to leave, were identified as "undeclared intelligence officers".
russia denies being involved in the attempted murder of former spy sergei skripal and his daughter yulia.
ıt refused to meet mrs may's midnight deadline to co-operate in the case.cnn linki
uk to expel 23 russian diplomats over spy poisoning
(cnn) the uk will expel 23 russian diplomats from the country after concluding that the russian state is responsible for the attempted murder of former russian spy sergei skripal and his daughter yulia in the english city of salisbury.
this will be the single biggest expulsion of russian diplomats in over 30 years, prime minister theresa may said wednesday. they will have only one week to leave.
"for those who seek to do us harm, my message is simple. you are not welcome here," she said in a statement to the house of commons following a meeting of britain's national security council.
the skripals are critically ill in hospital after being exposed to the nerve agent, known as novichok and developed in russia, on march 4. thirty-eight other people in salisbury were seen by medics after the exposure. one, a police officer, remains hospitalized.
may said monday it was highly likely that moscow was behind the poisoning. the russian ambassador to the uk was summoned to the uk foreign office to explain whether the attack was directed by russian authorities, or whether moscow had lost control of the nerve agent.
russia denies any involvement in the attack.
cnn's joshua berlinger wrote from hong kong and laura smith-spark wrote from london. cnn's emma burrows, radina gigova, mary ılyushina, nick paton walsh and judith vonberg contributed to this report.