The Minister of internal Affairs of great Britain Sajid, Davidvaio: Ben Birchall / AP
Britain has no plans to impose new sanctions against Russia after two people were poisoned nervously-paralytic substance in Amesbury. The words of the interior Minister Sajid Javid leads the Guardian.
“Currently no such plans. We don’t want to jump to conclusions,” said Javid. According to the Minister, the experts determined that toxin that affected the couple in Amesbury, identical nerve substance that had poisoned Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in March of this year in Salisbury.
The Minister also expressed confidence that Russia is to blame for the poisoning Skrobala. “Back in March, we know that the Russians did, we know that it was a barbaric and inhuman act on the part of the Russian state. However, in relation to this particular incident [in Amesbury], we need to have more information and allow police to do their job,” said Javid.
According to the head of the interior Ministry, at the moment he has no information that the new victims were poisoned, visiting the places that have visited Skrypali. Javid advised to heed the advice of professionals and assured that the government takes precautions.
30 Jun 45-year-old Charles Rowley and 44-year-old don Sturges found unconscious in Amesbury near Salisbury, where in March of this year have poisoned the Russian defector Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. The British authorities claim that they were poisoned as a Novice.
A former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was poisoned in Salisbury in early March. According to London, they have been exposed to nerve agents of the Novice class, developed in the Soviet Union for military purposes. Moscow denies the charges. In the report of the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons also indicates that the origin of the chemical could not be established.
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