NYT: London believes that Skrobala can send members of the military intelligence of the Russian Federation
NEW YORK, July 15. /TASS/. British investigators believe that Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia had had to be poisoned current or former employees of the Main Directorate of the General staff of the Russian armed forces. This statement is contained in an article published Sunday in the newspaper the New York Times.
“As reported on the condition of anonymity familiar with the investigation one British and one American officials and former American officials, the British investigators believe that the poisoning March 4, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, most likely to be current or former agents, known as GRU, who was sent to his home in the South of England,” says the publication.
“According to former American officials, British officials are now getting closer to identify those who they believe carried out the operation, — says the publication. — At the same time investigators do not exclude that responsible can be another Russian intelligence service or its particular Department.”
The article said that before the expulsion of Russian diplomats from several countries in March in London, briefed the authorities of other States alleged in his data. In particular, “with evidence that the ops in cyberspace GRU hacked mailboxes daughter Skripal in 2013.”