Great Britain will discuss the next sanctions against Russia, an occasion for which has to be a charge of Moscow of cyber attacks to OPCW, and also new details of "business by Skripalya", interest in which fades. How can the situation develop? Georgy Bovt. Photo: Mikhail Fomichev/TASS the British parliament is going to discuss an issue of new sanctions against Russia in the nearest future. Charge of the Russian intelligence agencies of attempt of cyber attacks against Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and also new details of investigation of "business by Skripalya" which promise to announce has to become a reason for them. Judging by leaks in the press, the leadership of Great Britain and Germany also discusses the matter. The other day the Netherlands has in detail told about how in April, 2018 they have allegedly opened a cyberplot against OPCW. The Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov called charge of Dutches "megaphone diplomacy". "Probably, to someone it seemed that to dig out an April plot and to throw it in public space right now will help to distract attention from difficult questions which are discussed now and in the EU, and to a certain extent in NATO" — he has noticed. The Press Service of the Foreign Ministry of Russia has distributed the message in which has offered the explanation to an April trip of "technical specialists" to the Hague. In the statement it is said that on that trip there was nothing secret as functioning of diplomatic missions of Russia is ensured abroad by the state organizations and departments including the Ministry of Defence. As for the technical means withdrawn from Russians, they intended, is said in the statement of Press Service of the Foreign Ministry, for check of information systems of embassies for the purpose of protection of computer networks against cyber attacks. How can the situation develop further? Georgy Bovt comments. Certainly, Great Britain would like to develop first of all the information approach begun in connection with case of Skripaley's poisoning. The Netherlands till the last time was silent about an April episode when four Russian citizens with diplomatic passports were accused that they tried to hack OPCW network just when it was engaged in the analysis of substance with which have poisoned Sergey and Yulia Skripaley. Great Britain managed to achieve, thus, partly a solidary position of the Netherlands, but still special zeal to develop this subject further in the ranks of the EU it isn't observed. April information in itself isn't nevertheless essentially new in "Skripaley's business" in connection with which the European Union countries and also the USA has already imposed sanctions against Russia. The new American package in the same occasion prepares for November so London obviously wants to help to this business. As for allegedly attempt to hack computer network OPCW, first, the attempt if took place, it wasn't successful, secondly, it hasn't conceived any terrible consequences therefore in the information plan looks not so dramatically that on new to excite the information interest of the public besides to "Skripaley's business". Great Britain, certainly, would like to build the wide front of solidarity on this soil прот
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