UK and Russia to face each other at UN Security Council after Salisbury’s case revelations done yesterday
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UK officials will face their Russian counterparts later as they brief the UN Security Council on two men suspected of the Salisbury nerve agent attack.

Prosecutors say there is evidence to charge the pair, who the PM said are thought to be officers from Russia’s military intelligence service the GRU.

Russia denies involvement.


In the six months since the Skripals fell ill, 250 detectives from the Metropolitan Police’s counter-terror network have been working with the UK’s security and intelligence agencies, trawling through 11,000 hours of CCTV footage and more than 1,400 witness statements, to try to identify who might have carried out the poisoning.

Read How Police Traced the Two Russians

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