Name Chepiga, who was suspected in the poisoning in Salisbury, was not in the Interpol database
Moscow. September 27. INTERFAX.RU — the Name of Anatoly Chepiga, who, according to media reports, under the name of Ruslana Bashirov participated in the assassination of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the UK, not in the database of the international investigation on the website of the General Secretariat of Interpol.
Search this resource does not issue a search warrant in the name Chapiha.
On the eve of the British publication the Daily Telegraph wrote that one of the two men, which London suspects of involvement in the poisoning in Salisbury, is actually named Anatoly Chapiha.
“The real name of the man wanted in connection with the case of the poisoning of nerve substance, previously known as the counter-terrorism Department of the police as Ruslan Bashirov, can now be defined as follows: Colonel Anatoly Chapiha”, — is spoken in the edition message.
For its part, the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, described the publication as “new stuffing”.
“A new stuffing Petrov and Bashirova was carried out immediately after the speech of Mei (Prime Minister Theresa may — if) in the UN security Council on the topic of weapons of mass destruction, in which she reiterated the accusations against Russia,” wrote Zakharova in Facebook.
There is no evidence, respectively, continue the information campaign, the main task of which is to divert attention from the main question: what happened to Salisbury?Maria Saharanafrican the representative of the Russian foreign Ministry
At the beginning of March 2018 in British Salisbury in serious condition was discovered ex-GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia. Theresa may later said in Parliament that Skrypali was poisoned nerve substance a “Newbie” (A-234), developed in Russia. Moscow rejected the accusations, stating that all chemical weapons destroyed Russia in 2017 under the supervision of the Organisation for the prohibition of chemical weapons.
On 5 September, the British police said that investigators are ready to charge the two Russians on the case of poisoning Skrobala. According to published on the website Scotland Yard photos of the suspects, their names — Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov. Then the chief counter-terrorism unit of Scotland Yard Neil Basu said that against Petrova and Bashirova issued national and international arrest warrants.