The Russian foreign Ministry demanded explanation from London over animal incineration Skripal
Moscow. April 6. INTERFAX.RU Official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova believes strange situation with Pets Sergei Skripal, who, according to the British press, cremated, thus effectively destroying the evidence.
“According to the newspaper, and Guinea pigs, and the cat was cremated. In other words, destroyed, even though the animals could become important evidence in a case of poisoning by hemisection”, — Zakharov wrote on his page in Facebook.
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She recalled that as write the British Newspapers, when they searched the house Skripal animals do not notice and as a result, two Guinea pigs died from dehydration, and the cat was euthanized due to the fact that he was under stress.
“According to our data, that there were Pets, knew the BBC, but for some reason this information was concealed. I would like to get clarification,” — said Zakharov.
As reported on Friday the British newspaper the Mirror, two Guinea pigs, owned by ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal were found dead during the survey of his house in Salisbury. The publication, citing its sources reported that rodents killed from dehydration and was not poisoned. Also, the veterinarians had to euthanize a black Persian cat named Nash van Drake. When experts got to inspect the animal, it was in “poor condition” and the doctors decided to “ease his suffering”.
The representative of the Ministry of the environment, food and rural Affairs of great Britain explained that the vets could not get into the house Skripal, because he was sealed by the police.
Animal remains were burned for fear that they could be traces of nerve agent that was poisoned Skripal and his daughter Julia. It is known that the body of the cat were taken for examination in the laboratory Porton Down, which is engaged in the business Skrobala.