Media reported that in the “case Skrypalia” appeared another Russian
MOSCOW, 4 APR — RIA Novosti. The UK intelligence services during the investigation, became interested in Russian, which briefly flew to London just before the poisoning of Sergey and Yulia Skrobala according to British newspaper Daily Mail, citing sources.
According to the newspaper, talking about a man who flew from Moscow to London on the same flight of airline “Aeroflot” with later poisoned Yulia Skripal. The Russians returned to Moscow a few hours later. According to the newspaper, British intelligence agents believe that such a short trip “raises questions”.
A source among the authorities of the Kingdom told the newspaper that referred to the passenger is not a suspect, but is of interest to the investigation.
“We certainly believe in the possibility that responsible (for poisoning) left the country in a few hours”, — said the source publication.
In turn, the British tabloid the Sun announced that the Russians flew back to Moscow five hours after the arrival in London. As notes the edition, Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia was discovered poisoned the day after the arrival of Julia Skripal in the UK.
Relations between Russia and Britain deteriorated sharply against the background of the incident in the British Salisbury, where he was poisoned Sergei Skripal, who worked for the British secret service, and his daughter Julia. The British side claims that the poisoning Skrobala nerve substance A234 involved in the Russian state. Russia categorically denies involvement in the poisoning Skrobala, Recalling the proximity to Salisbury the chemical laboratory of the UK Ministry of defence.
On Tuesday, the head of the secret laboratories UK Ministry of defense said in an interview with Sky News that experts were unable to identify the source of origin of matter “Beginner”, which, as claimed by the British side, was poisoned Skripal and his daughter. The British foreign Ministry on the same day, acknowledged that the conclusion about the involvement of the Russian Federation to the poisoning Skrobala were made, including on the basis of their own assessments of information.