Lavrov showed his favourite meme about “poisoners Skrypalia”

Lavrov showed his favourite meme about “poisoners Skrypalia”

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov has shown to journalists of REN TV your favorite meme about “poisoners Skrypalia”.


Funniest Russian foreign Minister thought the photo of Russian humorists Timur Batrutdinova and Garik Kharlamov signed by the names of Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.

Tonight is going to speak on “the poisoners Skrypalia” program @VRSoloviev . In addition, I want to point out a few oddities in connecting the history of the interactions Skipala and “poisoners” on March 4.
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— Vladimir Kornilov (@Kornilov1968) 5 Sep 2018

Informed about the similarity of the alleged employees of the Main intelligence Directorate (GRU), poisoned Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, at the time of transmission on TV channel “Russia 1” said the TV host Vladimir Solovyov. He said that he asked his friends to “run” the photos of two of the Russians, provided by the London, via facial recognition. According to him, in the end revealed the similarity of the suspects with Kharlamov and Batrutdinov.

“Then Skrobala too, are we? Go buy perfume Nina Ricci”, — commented on the choice of Garik Kharlamov in his Instagram.

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Out Skrobala too, are we ? …hmm… I’ll go and buy perfume Nina Ricci )))

Publication of Garik Kharlamov (@garikkharlamov) 6 Sept 2018 at 3:51 am PDT

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Also there are other memes involving London.

Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov in the process of making the “Newbie” room at the hotel in Salisbury .

— The portfolio of Minister (@MoskRussia) 5 Sep 2018

?Petrov and Bashaev in Yasenevo, filling the container with the spirits, archive [email protected]

— Kozyrev Oleg (@OKozyrov) 5 Sep 2018

Photo of the day ???

— ??Poseidon?? (@RUSSIARUSSIA888) on 6 September 2018.

4 Mar Skrobala found unconscious on a Park bench. Both survived the attempt. The police claimed that they tried to poison the nerve substance of the Novice class, and accused of involvement in Russia.

Moscow categorically denies the allegations and called for an open and independent investigation. On 5 September, the Russian foreign Ministry again called on the UK to proceed to practical cooperation between law enforcement agencies in the “case Skrypalia”.