"We expect strong statements from all close partners, Israel included," the source told the Haaretz newspaper.
On March 15, the Israeli Foreign Ministry released a statement, condemning the attack on Skripal in the United Kingdon and urged the global community to cooperate in order to avoid recurrence of such incidents. Russia has welcomed the "wise stance" of Israel and expressed its concern of the West’s efforts to "involve Israel in the political propaganda campaign" against Russia.
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Moscow has strongly denied all of London's allegations and requested access to samples of the substance used to poison the Skripals. London has refused to honor this request.