Residents of neighboring houses have received from the authorities the opportunity to move to the time of the work, but decided to stay.
In the house of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury, continuing the process of decontamination of residues of the nerve agent “Beginner”. On it informs the British edition The Guardian.
According to information in the coming weeks, and possibly months, military and civilian personnel in protective suits will work in the house, which has been applied a “Newbie” to eliminate any traces of the nerve agent. In addition, residents of neighboring houses have received from the authorities the opportunity to move to the time of the work, but decided to stay. Also, consultations were held for decontamination directly with Kripalani. It is noted that work began six months after himataki were laid out by the Department of environment, food and agriculture, in partnership with the local authority.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on March 4, a former officer of the Russian GRU Skripal and his daughter Julia was found unconscious in the British city of Salisbury. The investigation concluded that they were poisoned with nerve substance like “Beginner”, developed in the USSR. In 2006, Skripal was sentenced in Russia to 13 years in prison for spying for British intelligence. In 2010, he was granted asylum in the UK in the framework of exchange of spies between the US and Russia. The situation around poisoning Skrobala led to diplomatic conflict between Britain and Russia.
London has formally accused Moscow of involvement in the poisoning Skripal, his daughter and a policeman. The organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons confirmed the findings of the UK on the use of toxic chemicals in Salisbury. On 5 September the British police reported that suspects in the poisoning Skrobala citizens of the Russian Federation Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.
The Minister of security of the UK’s Ben Wallace said that the primary responsibility for poisoning Skrobala vests in the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. He noted that Petrov and Bocharov are employees of the GRU. In addition, the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW), supported the conclusions of the UK, that same chemical paralytic agent was used in cases of poisoning Dona Sturgess and Charles Rowley in Amesbury, as if poisoning Skrobala.
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