Britain accused Russia on Wednesday of breaking the two-decade international ban on chemical weapons, at emergency talks on last month's poisoning with a nerve agent of a former Russian spy.
The alleged bootleg liquor boss will be charged with selling dangerous goods which carries a maximum life term.
A cat and two guinea pigs owned by the former double agent poisoned in the UK are dead, the British government confirmed late Thursday after questions were raised by Russia.
Moscow has angrily denied any involvement, but London has rallied support of its stance from other EU nations.
Alexander Yakovenko has told Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey that he hoped the officer, as well as targeted ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, "get well soon".
Sergei Lavrov says if Britain continues taking anti-Russian measures, Russia "will hit back under the principle of reciprocity."
Russian foreign ministry says this was a response to Britain's "provocative actions" and "baseless accusations over the incident in Salisbury on March 4".
Britain has said the toxin was Novichok, a lethal nerve agent first developed by the Soviet military.
United States, EU and Nato support move by Britain in the wake of chemical attack on ex-spy in the United Kingdom.
Vil Mirzayanov revealed the truth about the USSR's experimentation with Novichok.
May was telling British lawmakers that the military-grade nerve agent used in the attack was of a type developed by Russia.
If found guilty, Patricia Dagorn could face a life sentence.
Welfare organisation Animals Lebanon, which posted the video, said it was seeking action from the government.
Kim Jong Nam's daughter is expected to arrive here on Sunday, according to a security source quoted by The Telegraph.
Residents complain of body aches, headaches and being nauseous after exposure to mercury their children found near their village.
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