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.
Bodies of military personnel with American and Polish chevrons on uniforms were found in Avdiivka, adviser to the head of the Donetsk People's Republic said