Zakharova said, why would you need “business Skrypalia”
MOSCOW, April 29 — RIA Novosti. “The fact Skrypalia” needed to justify drawing the US and UK strikes on Syria, now it has faded into the background, said the representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
12фотографий12фотографий12фотографиймы said as soon as he started “business Skrypalia”… that all linked to Syria. Blow something on Syria inflicted. “Excellent.” At this stage this theme is himself, apparently (justified)… played rate, which was expected. Apparently, it was worth it.Maria Zakharova the program “Sunday evening with Vladimir Solovyov” on TV channel “Russia 1”
She noted that since then, the interest of the British press to the “case Skrypalia” practically has come to naught.
No evidence of the use of chemical weapons in Syria the UK was not, but “they had on hand information regarding the fact that even the UK was attacked by Russia using chemical weapons,” said Zakharov.
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 involved in the Russian government, Moscow categorically denies it.
The US, Britain and France on the night of April 14 have launched missile attacks on Syrian government facilities that, in their opinion, are used to produce chemical weapons. Syrian authorities have repeatedly stated that the entire chemical Arsenal was removed from the country under the control of the OPCW. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the strikes an act of aggression against a sovereign state, despite the fact that no Russian military experts or local residents did not support a finding of a chemical attack became the pretext for attacks.
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