28 countries-members of NATO have supported London on the situation in Salisbury.
At a meeting with his allies in the North Atlantic Alliance London will raise the issue of imposing new sanctions in connection with the emergence of additional evidence in the case of the poisoning of Yulia and Sergei Skripal in Salisbury.
“We will discuss with our allies our next steps,” said British Ambassador to journalists on 6 September.
She recalled that 28 countries-members of NATO have supported London on the situation in Salisbury.
“We are very grateful for that. Now we will discuss best next steps,” added pierce.
It is worth noting that earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg responded to the announcement by the UK data about the involvement of Russian citizens to poisoning in Salisbury and condemned the attack.