Closed after poisoning Skrobala restaurant again

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Zizzi Italian restaurant in Salisbury, which closed after poisoning the GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, resumed work. About it reports The Guardian.

It is known that in this place Skrypali had dinner a few hours before got to hospital with poisoning. “It seems that several decades have passed since March. The best part for me — to reconnect with colleagues. We were all upset. We are happy to open again,” commented restaurant Manager Joe Pegg.

Half of the staff, including the chef, came back to the restaurant.

Earlier it was reported that in Zizzi found traces of a nerve toxin that had poisoned Skrypali. After this institution was closed for eight months for a full cleaning and repair.

In September, the city of Salisbury has invited specialists rebrand to create a new image of the city after the case Skrobala.

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