Britain has compared the case Skripal with Dostoevsky’s novel

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Boris Johnsonphoto: Virginia Mayo / AP

The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson compared the case poisoned in Salisbury, the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal to the events described in the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “Crime and punishment”. This is stated in the text of the speech of the head of the foreign office, published on the Agency’s website.

“It is rather like the beginning of “Crime and punishment” in the sense that we all are sure about the culprit, and the only question is whether he admits it or get caught,” reads the text.

On March 26, the United States declared persona non grata 60 Russian diplomats and decided to close the Consulate General in Seattle in connection with the poisoning Skripal and his daughter Julia. Also about the expulsion of employees of diplomatic missions announced Australia, Ukraine, Canada and more than a dozen EU countries.

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was discovered unconscious in a Park in British Salisbury on 4 March. As it turned out, they were poisoned with nerve agent. London has accused Russia and the first cut in the country, the Russian Embassy, after he asked other States of Europe. Moscow all charges in the address rejects.

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