Since March, Moscow has introduced 37 fictional versions of what happened.
The British Embassy in Russia, accused Russian authorities in the dissemination of disinformation on the case about attempt at Sergey and Yulia Skrobala.
“Russia leads away from the facts – from March was presented 37 fictional versions of what happened,” – said in a message posted on Twitter the British Embassy on Friday, September 7.
The report also answers the question of the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova on why the two pictures from surveillance cameras at London’s Gatwick airport, which recorded the suspects in the poisoning Skrobala two men, one and the same time shooting. “This is a photo with two different cameras installed in different corridors when you exit the arrival area”, – underlined in the message of the diplomatic corps.
“The UK is concerned about the activities of the Russian government, not Russian people,” – said in another message of the Embassy.
Also again indicated that the operation of the GRU in the assassination of Sergei Skripal “was almost certainly approved at the highest level of the Russian state”. “Criminal behavior GRU violates international law and the regime of non-proliferation” of chemical weapons, the report says.
The series of tweets were posted after the British Ambassador Laurie Bristow in Moscow presented the diplomatic corps with the latest information of the British side of the investigation into the assassination of Skrobala.
The British police says it has enough evidence to charge two Russian citizens, Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov in the use of nerve agents new to Salisbury.
In Russia, in turn, said that published the names and photographs of Russians allegedly involved in the incident in Salisbury, they did not say.
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