Skripal was suspected of having links with the Swiss intelligence services


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A former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal in the summer of 2017 spent a week in Switzerland, where he spoke with local security forces. About it reports The Telegraph with reference to the information contained in the book of the journalist “Bi-bi-si” by Mark urban.

The author writes about what specifically spoke to him Skripal, however, according to the newspaper, a former Soviet intelligence officer could tell a story about an alleged Russian hacker attack on the information system of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA).

In early October, Washington accused the seven Russians in the organization of cyber attacks around the world. According to the U.S. Department of justice, all suspects are officers of the Russian army. Four of them Netherlands is accused of trying to make a hacker attack on the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW). In the Kremlin deny these allegations.

The book of Mark urban’s “Business Skripal: the Life and nearly death of the Russian spy” was released in the US on 2 October. The journalist writes that Skripal had supported the return of the Crimea to Russia, denied the presence of Russian troops in the Donbas and watched “the First channel”.

In March, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was found unconscious in a Park in British Salisbury. London believes that they were poisoned nervously-paralytic substance of the Novice class. British authorities accuse of involvement in the poisoning of Russia. Moscow denies the charges.

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