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The Creator of poison “Beginner” Vil Mirzayanov said in an interview with the Russian service “Bi-bi-si” about the antidote to otraslyam substance and the chance to help a former employee of the GRU, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.
According to Mirzayanov, the poisoning can be identified by constricted pupils and blurred vision. Then, if the dose more starts convulsing and stops breathing. First aid atropine and Athens (holinoliticheskie tools used as antidotes of organophosphorus toxic substances). “We have also developed other antidotes stronger. They are, they help to to stop, to stop the action of this toxic substance. But! They do not cure the person,” said Mirzayanov.
The chemist said that Sergei Skripal and his daughter can only be saved from death. “The British, probably introduced, though late, atropine or Athens to Vienna and helped. But they already have irreversible damage, the damage to his body,” added Mirzayanov.
Mar 14, Soviet chemist said that he wanted to apologize to Sergei Skripal. “I’d tell him that I’m sorry that I participated in the development of these weapons,” admitted Mirzayanov.
On March 4, former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal, who received asylum in the United Kingdom in 2010, and his daughter was found unconscious in Salisbury. London has formally accused Moscow of involvement in the poisoning of the spy based on the fact that the crime scene was allegedly found traces of a substance family are “Beginner”, developed by Russia for military purposes. The Russian side denies all charges.
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