Tillerson blames Moscow in ex-Russian spy poisoning

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson joined the U.K. in directly blaming Russia for the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal in Britain.
1:18 | 03/13/18

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They're also new developments in that Russian spy case in England. Where a father and daughter are now in critical condition after being poisoned secretary of state Rex Tillerson. Is now joining the EUK directly blaming Russia for that attack. Our chief foreign correspondent Terry Moran is in London with more good morning Terry. Good morning Cecilia that's right midnight tonight that's the deadline to British prime minister Theresa may has set for Russia to explain. That brazen chemical attack on a former spy and his daughter here in England. May said that British investigators have identified the poison as quote. A military grade nerve agent other type developed by Russia and overnight as you mentioned your secretary of state Rex Tillerson back the brits a 100%. He said it appears this attack clearly came from Russia and the added. Russia continues to be an irresponsible force for instability in the world but the trump White House. They have refrained from going so far they are not accusing Russia right now. I just moments ago the Russian foreign minister declared that Russia is not guilty of this attack. And he added that the Kremlin will not respond to any ultimatum by Teresa may until it scientists and its investigators see all the evidence and all the samples. In this case so Cecilia. The international tension mounts and the clock is to. Lot of questions there Terry thank you.

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