The condition of the poisoned Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal is improving rapidly. He is no longer in critical condition, reported by his doctors in the British town of Salisbury.
According to the medical director of the hospital in Salisbury does the ex-spy well on his treatment. He is just like his 33-year-old daughter Julia is already more than a month in the hospital, after they unconscious were found after poisoning with the nerve agent novitsjok.
The state of health of Julia improves ‘every day’, says doctor Christine Blanshard. ‘They wait with impatience the day that the hospital will be able to leave.’ When that will be, according to the doctor not yet clear. ‘In the meantime, Julia asked for privacy.’
After the poisoning, on march 4, in Salisbury, the British government imposed the blame for the attack on Moscow. Then decided almost thirty countries, all together more than 140 Russian diplomats out of the country. In a response sends Russia, that any involvement denies, as many diplomats back.