German MP questioned Russian involvement in the poisoning Skrobala

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Filippoupolitis in fotomonster at the entrance to the city of Salisbury. Archival photoGerman MP questioned Russian involvement in the poisoning Skrobala© RIA Novosti / Alexei Filippoupolitis the image Bank

Member of the Bundestag, Heike Hansel in an interview with the newspaper Junge Welt pointed out the lack of German and UK evidence «involvement» of Russia to the poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.

As stated by the MP, the German government for the second time in a short time refused to provide the Parliament and the people of Germany evidence allegedly obtained by British intelligence, on the basis of which Moscow received allegations of involvement in the incident in Salisbury.

The MP doubted that London and Berlin do have any evidence of Russian involvement in the poisoning.

Also, according to Hensel, the German authorities did not answer the question whether German intelligence chemical substance that provoked the incident in Salisbury.

Later the British newspaper Mirror reported, citing investigators that the police considers the version with two groups from Russia for poisoning Skrobala. So, one was preparing, arriving in the UK for a few weeks before the incident, and the second — directly applied nervously-paralytic substance.

Case Skrobala

Fourth of March in Salisbury, unconscious found a former officer of the GRU and the British spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.

According to British authorities, the victims were poisoned by chemical warfare agents And 234, and the responsibility for the incident, the London laid on Russia. Moscow with such charges categorically do not agree. Moscow categorically denies it. The Russian side has repeatedly offered to conduct a joint investigation of the incident, but Britain ignored the initiative and were denied access Scriply.
Additionally, the foreign Ministry accuses British Prime Minister Theresa may in a lie. So, she claimed that the poison was manufactured 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.

Subsequently, the United States, Canada, and several European countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Poland, the Baltic countries, Ukraine and Moldova decided to send a total of more than a hundred Russian diplomats. In turn, Moscow said mirror measures.

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