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The Russian foreign Ministry has published a list of 14 issues that the Embassy has written to the British foreign Ministry in connection with the case of the poisoning of ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. Another 10 questions of the Ministry of foreign Affairs sent to France.
In particular, Russia is interested in why she was denied consular access to two of her victims in the UK. Moscow also asked what the antidote was administered to Scriply and where they have British doctors.
The list includes questions about the grounds on which the investigation was brought to France, how is Paris involved in the investigation and where the information about the “Russian origin” of the toxic substance of the group “Beginner”.
Earlier on March 26, the French foreign Ministry expelled four Russian diplomats. The Agency explained this decision by “the desire to stress complete solidarity with the Kingdom after an attack with chemical weapons in Salisbury”.
The reason for the diplomatic scandal was the accusation of great Britain in Moscow. According to British authorities, the Russian involvement in the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, whose unconscious found March 4 in the Park in English Salisbury. Moscow denies all the charges and called the incident with Kripalani as a terrorist act.
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