Telegraph: suspected of poisoning Skrobala called the businessmen for obtaining a visa

Telegraph: suspected of poisoning Skrobala called the businessmen for obtaining a visa

LONDON, September 7. /TASS/. The suspects in the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was posing as businessmen from St. Petersburg to obtain visas to enter the UK. On Friday told the newspaper the Daily Telegraph with reference to sources from the security of the UK.


On Wednesday, the head of the British government, Theresa may informed the Parliament about the findings of the investigation on the incident in Salisbury, stating that the attempted Skrobala two Russians suspected that the British intelligence agencies believe GRU agents. According to the British investigation, they came to the United Kingdom with Russian passports under the names Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.

The publication’s source claims that the suspects told the British authorities about their activities in the field of international trade and provided the statements from their Bank accounts, which were thousands of pounds.

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The Daily Telegraph said that the British visas available to those wishing to visit the UK to Russian citizens only if they can confirm that they have enough money to go back.

Despite the adoption of the Scotland Yard that the names of the suspects in the poisoning Skrobala are likely to be aliases, the British intelligence services can know about who they really are, the newspaper said.

According to British side, March 4 Skrypali have been exposed to combat nerve agent family “Rookie” printed on the door handle in the house Sergei Skripal in Salisbury. The UK government made a statement that Russia, with high probability involved in the incident. The Russian side has categorically denied all the speculation on this score.

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