In London held an interview with Petrov and Bashirova punishment for a failed operation
Moscow. September 16. INTERFAX.RU British authorities believe that a television interview, Aleksander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov, whom London accuses of poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Julia, was a punishment for a failed operation. About it reports The Daily Telegraph with reference to official persons, whose names are not called.
According to interlocutors of the edition, Petrov and Bashirova “sacrificed” for what they left behind many traces: walked a day in Salisbury and I got to lenses of cameras, travel by public transport, threw a bottle of “Beginner” in the Park.
Earlier this week, an interview with the Russians officially commented on the foreign and Commonwealth office. Diplomats said that Petrov and Bashirov lied and tried to confuse.
In early September, British Prime Minister Theresa may said that Skrobala poisoned two employees of the Russian military intelligence (GRU). Photos of the suspects — Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov — was made public by Scotland Yard. Later in the British media there were shots with them at the airport, at the station and on the streets of Salisbury.
12 September, Vladimir Putin said that Moscow found out who those people, whose photos were published in the British press. The President expressed the hope that they “will appear and will tell about themselves,” adding that “there is nothing special and is no crime”.