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>> Russia's Ambassadors to Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia have been summoned to those countries' foreign ministries. And there's no sign Moscow's diplomatic crisis with Europe is about to improve. The reports originated with Russian media outlet who gave no specific reason for their summoning, and there's no word yet if it's connected to the alledged poisoning of a former Russian spy in the United Kingdom.
But the countries are all European Union members, and it comes after the block last week recalled its own envoy to Moscow in connection with the incident. Baltic states and Poland are also all NATO members, and focal points for military bases and joint military exercises like this, Russia's accused of being provocative.
Britain has already expelled 23 Russian diplomats following the attacked on Sergei Skripal, which it says was probably conducted by Russia. The White House is still considering its response.