Moscow called “the good old mantra” the Declaration of London about the situation in Amesbury


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The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia reacted to the statement of the Minister of defence of the United Kingdom regarding the death of a local resident from a “Newbie”. The Agency in its Twitter suggested London to “do something new”.

“Statement of Gavin Williamson, if Russia has some attitude to death don Sturgess is the good old mantra on “todellista”. Maybe you should do something new? For example, the proper and thorough investigation of the incident?” — said in depodesta.

July 9, Williamson said that “Russia made the attack on British territory, which died a citizen of the UK.” He called it a “simple truth”, but provided no evidence and offered to discuss what happened “with the whole world”.

30 Jun Charlie Rowley and don Sturgess poisoned nervously-paralytic substance “Newbie” in neighboring Salisbury and Amesbury. Put them in the same hospital, where the treatment of ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. Sturgess died on 9 July.

As reported by consequence, the “Newbie” has been applied to the door handle of the house Skrobala in Salisbury and ended up in the area. The nerve substance not decomposed in the natural environment and can save danger for a long time. According to sources the British media, Sturgess and Rowley could find a container in which Salisbury was brought a “Newbie”, or a syringe with remnants of the substance.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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