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EU's Tusk says Moscow 'most likely' behind UK ex-spy attack

AFP  |  Helsinki 

today said was "most likely" behind the of a Russian former double agent on UK soil.

tweeted in that he expressed his "full solidarity" with UK's "in the face of the brutal attack inspired, most likely, by Moscow".

was in on Wednesday to meet Finnish for Brexit talks.

His comments came on the same day as May was expected to announce retaliatory measures against over the March 4 attack against ex-and his daughter in sleepy Salisbury,

The saga comes at a particularly tense time for UK-EU relations, as the two sides are locked in Brexit talks, but Brussels' support is "unequivocal, unwavering and very strong" according to Vice

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First Published: Wed, March 14 2018. 17:50 IST