The British Ambassador visited the Russian foreign Ministry due to «business Skrypalia»

© RIA Novosti / Natalia to Seliverstova in photobacteria of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Archival photoThe British Ambassador visited the Russian foreign Ministry due to «business Skrypalia»© RIA Novosti / Natalia to Seliverstova the image Bank

The British Ambassador in Moscow, Lori Bristow, visited on Wednesday, the Russian foreign Ministry in connection with the case concerning the poisoning of former Russian special services officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury.

The Embassy RIA Novosti confirmed that «the British Ambassador in Moscow visited the Russian foreign Ministry on Wednesday» in connection with the case Skrobala.

Any details, a spokesman said.

Earlier the Prosecutor’s office of the UK said that has information about the two Russians suspected of involvement in the poisoning of the Salisbury ex-employee of the Russian special services Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. Later, Scotland Yard issued photographs of the suspects. Posted on the website of the police pictures shows two unshaven men dressed in dark shirts and outerwear. Photographs signed: Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov. On Wednesday the crown prosecution service announced the indictment of two citizens of the Russian Federation on the case of poisoning Skipala and reported that the issued European warrants for their arrest.

Fourth of March in Salisbury was poisoned, former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia, which triggered a major international scandal. In London said that the incident involved Russia, Moscow categorically denies it.

Russia has 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, she claimed that the poison was manufactured in Russia. However, in the laboratory Porton Down is denied.

Later London showed photos of two «suspects in the poisoning Skrypalia», claiming that two officers of the GRU – Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov. In Moscow said that the names of Russia «nothing to say» and once again called on Britain to move on from accusations and manipulation to cooperation.

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