Federal Foreign Ministry spokesperson Rainer Breul urged Russia to ‘behave constructively’ and provide ‘concrete answers’ to the British government investigating the alleged poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, at a press conference in Berlin on Wednesday. “What we expect from Russia is not to deny the attack, but concrete answers. The procedure is now for the British, who have... Еще asked a whole series of questions, to get answers,” said Breul. The German government announced that it would expel four Russian diplomats on Monday, giving them seven days to leave the country. Over 20 countries, including 16 EU member states, decided to expel Russian diplomats in response to the attempted murder of the Skripals by nerve agent in the British town of Salisbury. The Russian government has denied allegations of its involvement in the case.