Prosecutors of Britain will make a statement Tuesday on the investigation into the death of a former Soviet agent who was killed by a radioactive substance.
The Crown Prosecution Service gave no information about the content of the planned statement on Alexander Litvinenko's death.
Litvinenko died from polonium-210 poisoning in a London hospital Nov. 23, and on his deathbed accused President Vladimir Putin of being behind his killing.
Litvinenko was a vocal Kremlin critic who accused Russian authorities of being behind deadly 1999 apartment building bombings that stoked support for a renewed offensive against separatists in Chechnya.
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