Russia is not investigating the poisoning in Britain, said the Ambassador in London

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Filippoupolitis in fotomancer on the fence of the building of the Russian Embassy in LondonRussia is not investigating the poisoning in Britain, said the Ambassador in London© RIA Novosti / Alexei Filippoupolitis the image Bank

Russia still has no cooperation with Britain to investigate incidents of poisoning, said the Russian Ambassador in London Alexander Yakovenko.

«We still have no cooperation with the British side, there is no even suspects refuse to cooperate with us on the line of the foreign office, the police did not respond to our letters,» said Yakovenko in the program «60 minutes» on TV channel «Russia-1».

He also noted that he wrote articles in Newspapers, including Financial Times, on the subject of poisoning, however, the media refused to publish it. However, he added that the notes of the Embassy in social networks «rashvatyvayut (in Britain) like hot cakes».

In the English town of Salisbury on March 4, according to British authorities, was poisoned, former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia, which triggered a major international scandal. London believes that the poisoning Skrobala substance A234 involved in the Russian government, Moscow categorically denies it. The Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov in may, said that «it Skripal» is crumbling before our eyes due to the lack of any evidence against Russia.

Official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said earlier that in the case Skrobala in the foreign office was sent to about 60 diplomatic notes with the requirement to provide Russia access to the investigation, the affected citizens of the Russian Federation, and also with the request on legal assistance and cooperation proposals, including joint investigation, but the British authorities did not respond to them.

The former head of the British foreign Ministry Boris Johnson in March was sentenced on Monday to poisoning Skripal, arguing that the evidence of guilt of Moscow «staggering». The charges were false. The head of the clandestine laboratories UK Ministry of defense later stated that the experts were unable to identify the source of origin of the substance, as claimed by the British side, was poisoned Skripal and his daughter. The British foreign Ministry on the same day, acknowledged that the conclusion about the involvement of the Russian Federation to the poisoning Skrobala were made including on the basis of their own assessments of information.

On the morning of 4 July, the British police have reported a «serious incident» in Amesbury, where two people «were under the influence of an unknown substance» and was hospitalized in critical condition. Later Scotland Yard confirmed that a man and a woman were poisoned by the same substance as Skrypali. On Sunday evening, July 8, the victim of poisoning 44-year-old don Sturges died at district hospital, Salisbury. On Tuesday regained consciousness the second victim — 45-year-old Charlie Rowley.

On the morning of 4 July in Amesbury, two people were taken to hospital after «effects of an unknown substance». One of the victims died, the man regained consciousness. Scotland Yard said they were poisoned by the same substance, and ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.

Amesbury is located near Salisbury, where in early March poisoned Skrobala. London was accused of poisoning Moscow, but gave no evidence. Russia ownership flatly denied. Moscow repeatedly offered to conduct a joint investigation of the incident, but London ignored the initiative and denied access Scriply.

Also the foreign Ministry has accused the British Prime Minister Theresa may in a lie. So, it is argued that the poison Skrobala produced in Russia. However, in the laboratory Porton Down is denied. In mid-may, ex-GRU officer left the hospital, his daughter was discharged in mid-April. She stated that she will return to Russia.Russia is not investigating the poisoning in Britain, said the Ambassador in London© Infografiken terrible toxic substances

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