Poroshenko joins Britain urging Russia to "shut up and go away"
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Russia should "shut up and go away".
The corresponding comment was posted on the president's official Twitter account.
"The Kremlin's 'chemical attack' in the UK is nothing but an encroachment on British sovereignty. And our message to Russia is the same as that of British defense secretary Gavin Williamson: 'shut up and go away'," Poroshenko wrote.
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