The OPCW was unable to determine the country of origin of venom in the “case Skrypalia”
The HAGUE, 18 Jul — RIA Novosti. Neither the investigations of the OPCW or laboratory research conducted by the British military lab at Porton Down has not established country of origin of the poison used in Salisbury and also a laboratory that could produce, said the representative of the United Kingdom to the OPCW Peter Wilson.
According to him, the samples made by the UK, as well as samples made by the laboratories to order the OPCW has established the use of chemical warfare agents of the type of “Beginner”. Two commissioners of the OPCW laboratory took samples from the environment in Salisbury, two labs took biomedical samples, all four samples showed the presence of toxic chemicals like “Beginner”.
“Of course, while the identification used nerve agents is an integral part of the technical evidence in our investigation, no DSTL (Research laboratory of defence technology and British government’s Porton Down — ed.) nor the OPCW report does not specify the country or laboratory of origin of the substances used in this attack,” said Wilson on Wednesday, speaking at the headquarters of the organization in the Hague, the text of his speech was available to RIA Novosti.
“We believe that only Russia has the technical ability, operational experience and the motive to elect the purpose Skrypalia”, — said the representative of the United Kingdom.
British Salisbury on March 4, was poisoned convicted of spying for the UK ex-GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia, which triggered a major international scandal. London claims that the poisoning Skrobala substance A234, to which the British authorities equate “Newbie” involved in the Russian government, Moscow categorically denies it. The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the Swiss research center, which analyzed samples of the OPCW from the scene of the incident in Salisbury, came to the conclusion that in cases of poisoning Skrobala substance used was BZ, which was in service with the armies of the United States and Britain and are not produced in Russia and the Soviet Union.