LONDON – The British justice suspects two Russians that they have tried to make the former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia’s house. The two were poisoned with the poison gas novitsjok in the place of Salisbury. They survived narrowly.
The defendants are smiling on the street filmed.
Justice says enough evidence against the two Russians whose names Wednesday were announced: Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Borisjov. The two of them are situated in Russia and are by the British indicted for attempting to murder the father and daughter.
According to the chief of the British antiterreurpolitie the Russians came probably under false names on 2 march in the Uk and they travelled on 4 march back to Russia. The Skripals were on Sunday, march 4, found unconscious at a mall in Salisbury.
’Nerve gas used in Amesbury and Salisbury is the same’
Tracks in hotel room
According to the antiterreurpolitie are in the hotel room of the Russians traces of the means novitsjok, a chemical compound that dates back to the Soviet era. The two of them are around forty years old and had authentic Russian passports.
The suspects of the assassination attempt on the Skripals.
London Russia has previously accused of involvement in the assassination attempt. Moscow has always denied. There is a European arrest warrant for the two Russians assumed. Britain is not going to be extradition request because Russian law the extradition of nationals does not allow.
’Tells us nothing’
The Russian ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the two names,nothing to say.” Things like this attack questions according to the department to close cooperation and careful analyses. The spokeswoman called for London to co-operate in the investigation of the attack. The Russian representative at the international Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said that Russia has nothing to do with the attack in Salisbury.
Bewakingsbeelden capture the suspects.
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