MOSCOW – allegations that the British government has expressed about the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal, are defamatory and based on nothing. London she would have to prove or have to apologize, said a Kremlin spokesman on Monday. On the election day in Russia, Sunday, said president Putin that the allegations are absolute nonsense.
Russia has previously argued that there is no logical motive for the Russian government to Skripal now out of the way to clean up.
London argues that the Russian leader himself, the injunction would have given to the former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal with a special chemical substance to bring life. The substance is as a chemical weapon developed in the former Soviet Union. Russia has previously argued that there is no logical motive for the Russian government to Skripal now out of the way to clean up.
Skripal and his daughter Yulia were march 4, on a bench in Salisbury found. They were poisoned with a exceptional kind of nerve gas and are still in a coma.