Russian security expert Aleksey Podberezkin tells Euronews that no one in Russia believes that Moscow was involved in the poisoning of former agent Sergei Skripal.
New U.S. sanctions on Russian were due to come into effect on Monday over the poisoning of a former KGB spy in England
Washington's announcement of new sanctions against Russia over the Skripal poisoning has been welcomed in London, and condemned in Moscow.
The nerve agent type used to poison an ex-Russian spy in Britain was produced last year in the Czech Republic, it’s been claimed.
Britain's media regulator has opened seven investigations into whether Russian news channel RT broke impartiality rules in broadcasts made since a Russian double-agent was poisoned in the English city of Salisbury last month
"Russia is by no means positioning itself to back down and in someway to accept responsibility for this, instead it is seeking the highest possible ways to question its responsibility."