British PM to meet with security chiefs to discuss Litvinenko report
British Prime Minister David Cameron is to meet with security chiefs this week to decide what action, if any, should be taken against Russia following the publication of a report about the death of Alexander Litvinenko, set to be released on Thursday, British newspaper The Daily Mail reported.
A Downing Street aide told the paper the report would blame the Kremlin for the killing, but added 'we won't be declaring war on Russia', according to the report.
Intelligence sources told the paper there was no 'smoking gun' pointing to the Russian leadership, but there was 'no doubt' about the people who were physically responsible'.
Read alsoThe Guardian: How UK scientists solved Alexander Litvinenko riddleLitvinenko, a Russian dissident and fierce critic of Putin, was given a lethal dose of polonium in a cup of green tea during a meeting at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair in November 2006. It took him three weeks to die.