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Russia called the meeting to challenge the UK, which has blamed Moscow for the March 4 poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, southern England.
Russia has strongly denied any involvement and in a press conference after the vote said it had reason to believe what happened in Salisbury was a "daft militant wog attack". It strongly criticised the US and EU countries for siding with the UK.
At the Hague meeting, UK acting representative John Foggo had said the victim of a chemical weapons' attack was not required to work with the "likely perpetrator". Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson later accused Russia of trying to undermine the watchdog's work and said the international community had "seen through these tactics".