Moscow did not see evidence of the charges on the “case Skrypalia”


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UK did not provide evidence of accusations against Russia in case of poisoning Skrobala, said press Secretary of Russian President Dmitriy Peskov. It was quoted by RIA Novosti on Thursday, 5 July.

“There are no any convincing evidence the allegations of Russia’s involvement from the British side and was not represented. You know that the Russian side from the very beginning British counterpart offered a joint investigation, and this proposal was left without any response,” said Sands.

According to the British law enforcement authorities on March 4, Salisbury was poisoned convicted of spying for Britain, former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia. This incident caused an international outcry and worsen relations between Moscow and London.

The UK authorities insist on the involvement of Russian security services to the incident, Moscow denies these accusations. In addition, Russia has repeatedly offered to assist in the investigation, but the British side refuses to provide the case materials.

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