Russia sends DIRE warning to FIFTEEN countries over their allegiance – UK ‘misled’ world

Thursday, April 5, 2018
By Paul Martin

RUSSIA has put fifteen countries on alert following the Salisbury spy attack crisis and accused Theresa May of misleading the world, claiming: “The majority of the world is not supporting the Western approach.”

Thu, Apr 5, 2018

Yesterday Russia lost a crunch vote held by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), after demanding access to the details of the Sergei Skripal investigation.

It refused Russia access to sensitive information, prompting a furious response from Alexander Yakovenko, the country’s UK ambassador, this lunchtime.

In a thinly veiled warning, he listed out the 15 countries who voted against allowing Russia access and accused them of voting “against transparency”.

And he said the UK had misled the world and did not have the support of most countries across the globe.

He said: “The fifteen countries voted against access to full and fair information.

“It was quite an interesting result. Fifteen countries voted against that decision – against transparency.

“This is mostly the countries of the EU and NATO. We’re talking about Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, UK, US, Australia, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy and a few more, two countries more who are not part of NATO.”

He said: “The majority of the world is not supporting the Western approach.

“If the results aren’t in our favour, of course we will accept this, but the results should be confirmed by the International community.”

The ambassador said more states either voted in favour of allowing Russia access or abstained, than against the proposal.

Seventeen countries abstained from the vote while China, Azerbaijan, Sudan, Algeria and Iran backed the Russian motion, a source close to the vote said.

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