I think for many people what happened in Salisbury, many other governments, what happened in Salisbury sort of crystallized their own frustrations. Their own disappointment with the way Russia, the Russian State, I should say, has been behaving. And what you're seeing in this huge diplomatic expulsion is a desire to correct that and to say, right, Russia, enough is enough.
But what we're saying today, what the world is saying today is that this pattern of behavior has become unacceptable. It manifests itself across the globe, from Syria to Salisbury, and people have had enough of it. And that's why I think you've had this very, very powerful global statement today.