World / 07-08-2019

London could not prove Putin’s involvement in the poisoning of the

London could not prove Putin’s involvement in the poisoning of the

The British police have no evidence to charge the Russian president Vladimir Putin for the incident with the poisoning of the former colonel GRU Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia. It is reported by The Guardian.

“We don’t have any materials to prosecute,” said the head of the anti-terror police department. He said that Scotland Yard is trying to establish the role of the Russian leader, based on real evidence and evidence.

In a June interview with director Oliver Stone Vladimir Putin stated that does not believe that the Skripals were poisoned by the British secret services. In his opinion, if they really wanted to poison Skripal, they would have brought the matter to an end.

The fact that a third agent of the Russian special services under the fictitious name is associated with the Skripal poisoning. Sergey Fedotov , British media reported in mid-February. Later, the Bellingcat investigation team said that Fedotov was actually a graduate of the Diplomatic Academy. Russian Foreign Ministry and a senior GRU officer Denis Vyacheslavovich Sergeev .

Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia were found unconscious on a bench in the British city of Salisbury on March 42018. Specialists found that they were poisoned with a nerve agent. London blamed Moscow for what had happened and named the names of the alleged perpetrators - Alexander Petrov and Ruslana Boshirova . According to an investigation by Bellingcat and The Insider, Boshirov is actually a staff member of Russian military intelligence, Colonel Anatoly Chepiga , and Petrov - a military doctor, an employee of the GRU Alexander Mishkin .

07-08-2019 22:19, source:, by James Foster
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