UK calls out Russia for hurting individuals for 'diplomatic game'
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned Russia on Friday against playing "diplomatic chess games" following the arrest of Paul Whelan, an ex-Marine with dual UK and US citizenship, on charges of espionage. "We don't agree with individuals being used in diplomatic chess games... We are all extremely worried about him and his family," Hunt told the BBC in an interview.
(With inputs from agencies.)
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