The website noted that the top single web page being promoted was a link to a report on Russia's claim that the Skripals were poisoned with a different toxin to the one identified by the independent chemical weapons watchdog last week.
"They have even suggested that the United Kingdom was behind the attack".
Moscow had earlier vowed not to interfere in the work of a fact-finding mission sent to Syria.
His Belgian colleague Didier Reynders also said that Belgium is against new sanctions against Russian Federation, according to NOS.
The European Union has said Russian Federation and Iran should use their influence on the Syrian government to prevent it from further use of chemical weapons. European Union foreign ministers threatened similar measures.
"I can not be impolite to the heads of other states. but frankly speaking, all the evidence they quoted was based on media reports and social networks". They need to do more.
"Why strike the day before the OPCW is going to move there and verify the fact which they assert was a fact?"
The claim by Russian Federation comes at a time when the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, is likely to face heavy political pressure over her decision to bomb Syria's chemical weapons program.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime was suspected of orchestrating a chlorine attack, which occurred on April 7.
"It is very important to stress (the strikes are) not an attempt to change the tide of the war in Syria or to have a regime change", British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told reporters on arrival at the meeting. "And of course many think that Maksim's death could have been linked to his publications about Syria and the Wagner private military company, but we can't assert anything until after the results of the pre-investigation probe have been announced". "And you have to do it with the will of the world behind you".
"The Government's own justification, which relies heavily on the strongly contested doctrine of humanitarian intervention, does not even meet its own tests".
Moscow will study the new U.S. sanctions that the United States permanent representative to the UN Nikki Haley previously stated before deciding how to respond to them and whether this answer will be added to the bill under consideration by the parliament, according to Ryabkov.
Mrs May will ask for the emergency debate to allow more time for discussion in a nod to the fury among MPs at not being consulted.
Nebenzia responded saying the environment is "not very conducive for any rapprochement" and "the political and risky military situation we are in now" must be sorted out first. "The worldwide community will not allow chemical weapons to come back into our everyday life".
"With the political and diplomatic actions that we're taking now, we wanted their friends Iran and Russian Federation to know that we meant business and that they were going to be feeling the pain from this as well", she said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed their argument that the strikes were necessary "to prevent the normalization of the use of chemical weapons in Syria, or elsewhere".
The 28 ministers endorsed the missile strikes and considered steps to deepen Assad's isolation.