The Kremlin has rejected accusations of London in the case Skrobala

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The Kremlin denies all allegations of Britain to Russia on its involvement in the events in Salisbury and considers inadmissible the allegations of involvement of senior management in Russia to the point Skrobala, told reporters on Thursday, press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

«Russia had and has nothing to do with events in Salisbury. Russia is in no way involved. For us is unacceptable any accusations against the Russian leadership. Yesterday, Mrs may spoke about the possible involvement of the Russian leadership. We reiterate that neither Russia’s leadership nor the leadership of a lower rank and no official representatives had and have nothing to do with events in Salisbury. This is not out of the question, any idea on this matter or charges are unacceptable,» — said Peskov.

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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