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The Kremlin has no information about the identity, which the British side suspects in the poisoning in Salisbury a former employee of the Russian special services Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. This was stated press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov on Monday, September 10, reports TASS.
“If any information on this subject, it will have these relevant authorities,” Peskov said.
He stressed that the investigation “of the case Skrypalia” would facilitate cooperation from the British side, but London denies this possibility.
September 5 London revealed the names of the Russian suspects in the case of the poisoning of a former Colonel of the GRU. According to British investigators, the attackers entered the country on these passports, issued in fictitious names, Aleksander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.
The Prime Minister Theresa may said that the crime likely was authorized by the Kremlin.
Moscow condemned the statement may have indicated to the inadmissibility of such allegations. Press Secretary of the Russian leader stressed that neither Russia’s leadership nor the leadership of a lower rank are not involved in the incident in Salisbury.
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