Are Russian officers of the GRU.
Suspected of poisoning in Salisbury of Russians will be caught and prosecuted if they ever travel outside Russia.
This was stated by the Minister of internal Affairs of great Britain, Sajid Javid.
The Minister, however, admitted, realistically, that “we will probably never see them in the UK.”
The British government believes that the suspects are the Russians, the representatives of the Russian military intelligence GRU, acted on the orders of “the highest level” in Moscow.
Javid called poisoning in Salisbury “disgusting and shameful” attack.
“By far, it is clear that this was an act of Russian state – two Russian citizens sent to the UK to carry out a reckless attempt to murder,” he said.
“If ever they leave the Russian Federation, United Kingdom and its allies will catch them, and we will bring them to prosecution,” added Javid.
British prosecutors, on 5 September announced the names of the two suspects the Russians, who are considered perpetrators of the poisoning in Salisbury. Is Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.
British Prime Minister Theresa may said that are Russian officers of the GRU – the military intelligence of the Russian Federation. Britain has received a European warrant for the arrest of the Russians.
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