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The Deputy head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of great Britain Ben Wallace has denied the information that police allegedly failed to identify the poisoners of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury.
“I think that such information should be in a folder marked “unfounded information and blatant speculation””, — he wrote in Twitter. So Wallace responded to the message Press Association that the police identified the poisoned Skrobala.
Earlier, on 19 July the Russian Ambassador in London demanded that the British authorities to name the suspects, if any.
Prior to this, British media reported that police have identified the poisoners Skrobala. However, in Scotland Yard, this statement refused to comment.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter was found unconscious in the British Salisbury in March of this year. According to London, was poisoned with nerve substance of the Novice class, developed in the Soviet Union for military purposes, but because the incident involved a Russian. Moscow denies the charges. The organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons was unable to confirm the origin of the toxin.
In late June, the couple of British from neighboring Salisbury and of Amesbury was found with the same symptoms of poisoning. The woman died on July 9, the man came around and is on the mend.
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