The head of the SVR accused London in the destruction of evidence on the incident in Salisbury
Moscow. 17 Jan. INTERFAX.RU the Incident in Salisbury is a dirty provocation by the authorities of great Britain, London destroying evidence in the “case Skrypalia”, said the head of the SVR Sergey Naryshkin.
“This, of course, very dirty provocation on the part of the British authorities. Dirty because you can see that the government is constantly cover up the traces of the crime, destroying the evidence. And started it from the first day and continue,” — said Naryshkin, “Interfax”, when asked to comment on the harmonization of the EU sanctions for the incident in Salisbury.
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Informed the correspondent of “Radio free Europe/radio Liberty,” Rikard Jozwiak reported that the Committee of permanent representatives of EU member States (Coreper) gave “green light” to the proposal to impose sanctions against four people whom he called the GRU. Among them is a suspect in the attempted poisoning of the Salisbury ex-GRU officer Sergei Skripal, Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.
As expected, these restrictive measures will be approved at a summit of foreign Ministers of the EU countries on Monday. This will be the first occasion when the EU adopts such measures in the framework of the new regime of sanctions against those who, in the opinion of the European Union, is responsible for the production and use of chemical weapons.
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Citizens of Russia Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was discovered unconscious in the British city of Salisbury on March 4, 2018. Subsequently, investigators came to the conclusion that Skrypali suffered from nerve agent called novichok (A-234). The findings of the British later confirmed the Commission of the OPCW.
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The responsibility for the assassination Skrobala British authorities have placed on Russia. In response, London and the allied countries of the United Kingdom expelled from their countries, about 140 Russian diplomats.
Julia Skripal was discharged from hospital in Salisbury on April 9, her father was discharged on may 18. Their whereabouts are kept secret by the UK. According to The Daily Telegraph, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, probably live in the South of the country.