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Kremlin regrets EU decision to recall its ambassador to Moscow

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Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov voiced regret over the European Union’s decision to recall its Ambassador to Russia Markus Ederer for consultations.

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"In regard to the decision, certainly we regret that again, with the term "highly likely" used, such decisions and such judgement are made," Peskov said.

"We disagree with this and once again repeat that Russia absolutely and unambiguously has no relation to the Skripal case," TASS cited him as saying.

According to the spokesman, Russia has not so far received information from the United Kingdom on the incident and doesn’t know which data London cited when discussing the issue with its EU colleagues.


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