Poisoned “Newcomer” Brit stabilized and talked


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As a Brit, Charlie Rowley, poisoned nervously-paralytic substance, has improved significantly. This is stated on the page of hospital of the city of Salisbury on Twitter on Wednesday, July 11.

“He is no longer in critical condition. His condition is serious but stable,” — said the head nurses of medical institutions of Lorna Wilkinson. She added that Rowley provide all necessary assistance. “Charlie’s recovery will take time, but the progress that we see, gives us reason for optimism,” she added.

According to BBC News, investigators have been able to conduct a little interrogation Rowley. “The staff of the investigative group had a short conversation with Charlie and hope to talk to him in the coming days,” — said in a statement Scotland Yard. It is noted that all contacts will be conducted only after consultations with the doctors.

Police are now trying to figure out how Rowley and his companion don Sturgess, who died July 9, could be poisoned. Any additional comments on the content of conversations on Scotland Yard to come do not intend to.

Rowley came to the evening of 10 July.

A couple of Brits on 30 June were poisoned in neighboring Salisbury and Amesbury. It was found that they were exposed to nerve agents “Beginner”, which in March was poisoned by a former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia. Rowley and Sturgess put in the same hospital, where he was treated Skrypali, however, the woman died. The police believe that the British could find a container in which Salisbury was brought a “Newbie”.

The British defense Ministry has accused Russia of death of women from a “Newbie”. According to the head of the office of Gavin Williamson, “Russia made an attack on British territory, which died a citizen of the UK.” Moscow denies the accusations.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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