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The Minister of defence of the Czech Republic Karel Sletova signed a decree on dismissal of the Director of a military research Institute in Brno, Bohuslav Safaria. This is stated on the Agency’s website.
Safaria dismissed in accordance with the law on public enterprises, expressing his gratitude for “years of service”. The defense Ministry noted that the scientist remains an employee of the Institute.
Safari told about took place in the laboratories of his business studies chemical substance A-230, known in the West as a chemical warfare agent “Beginner”. To his statement on may 3, appealed to Czech President Milos Zeman to recognize the presence in the Czech Republic of chemical weapons.
Later the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrew Babish said that in his country the substance “was not made, was not synthesized and are not stored”. Zeman in response, noted that “without the production of a substance cannot be tested. Otherwise, it contradicts the physical law of conservation of matter”.
Former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter was found unconscious in the street in the British Salisbury in early March. According to the London crime scene found traces of a substance family are “Beginner”, developed in the Soviet Union for military purposes. Moscow denies the accusations.
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