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’Gifverdachten nothing to do with Kremlin’

MOSCOW – two Russians suspected of the assassination attempt on the former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, according to Russia has nothing to do with Vladimir Putin or the Kremlin. A spokesman from the Kremlin said that by news agency Interfax.

Great Britain thinks that the poisoning was carried out by two Russian men.

Skripal and his daughter were at the beginning of march is seriously ill. They were found to be affected with a nerve agent, novitsjok called. They survived in the end. Great Britain thinks that the poisoning was carried out by two Russian men. They use the names Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bosjirov, but it is not known, or that their real names are. The two men themselves showed last week to interview by the Russian state. They said they had nothing to do with the assassination attempt. To say they were on holiday in Britain and wanted them to like the cathedral of Skripals hometown of Salisbury.

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