British Prime Minister revealed the name of the gas in the “Skripal”

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A former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was poisoned nervously-paralytic substance from the group of combat gases called “Beginner”. This statement was made by British Prime Minister Theresa may, reports on Monday, March 12, “bi-Bi-si”.

According to her, based on the results of clinical studies that allegedly confirmed the presence of traces of this compound in the body Skripal.

The politician said that Moscow should provide all materials for the program “Rookie” of the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons by the end of Tuesday. “Either it was about direct action against the Russian state of our country or the Russian government lost control of a potentially catastrophically dangerous nerve substance and allowed it to fall into the wrong hands,” said may.

In case of inactivity of Moscow London will equate the situation “the use of unlawful force by the Russian government against the United Kingdom”, — concluded the Prime Minister.

According to data from foreign open sources, “Novice” was allegedly developed in the Soviet Union in the 70-ies — 80-ies of XX century in the framework of the program “Folio”. It is a binary, two-component agent of the fourth generation, and each component is harmless, but when mixed forms a poison, which the strength on the order of magnitude of the known war gases. In Russian sources of reliable information about the “Newcomer” is missing.

The Russian leadership believes that the incident with Skripal is not the issue on the agenda of Moscow. “You will be examined there, and then we are going to discuss it”, — commented on this subject by President Vladimir Putin.

On the evening of 4 March, 66-year-old Skripal and his daughter Julia was found unconscious on a bench in the Park in Salisbury. They were poisoned by an unknown nerve substance and fell into a coma while in the hospital. Just poisoning suffered 21 persons, including police Sergeant nick Bailey, who first arrived on the scene.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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