“Skrypalia” in the near future there can be new figurants. According to British media reports, intelligence agencies are searching for two more suspects of involvement in the poisoning in Salisbury. It can be the curator of the “poisoners” and the medical consultant responsible for the proper application of nerve toxin.
About it reports the Sunday Mirror.
Before the poisoning of ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia suspects Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov allegedly met with two as yet unknown participants in the RAID after settling in a London hotel.
British journalists, in turn, claimed that they had received information from an anonymous source in the government.
“It is believed that they could meet with a curator who worked at the Embassy (not specified in каком0, and the fourth, the doctor may have controlled all of this is to make sure that they are not at risk to fail, poisoned himself,” — said an unnamed source.
Informed neighbour Petrov and Bashirova at the hotel told on a stormy night, which they allegedly spent before running the job from the Kremlin. Anonymous guest claims that the “Russian spies” has smoked pot and partied with a prostitute.
We will remind, on March 4, 2018 a former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was discovered unconscious on a bench in the shopping centre Maltings in Salisbury.
On 29 March it became known that Yulia Skripal on the mend. On 9 April she was discharged from the hospital and transferred to a military hospital. April 6, the hospital reported that Sergei Skripal was out of critical condition. He responds well to treatment and “getting better quickly”.
The UK government announced that they were poisoned nervously-paralytic substance is of military origin, developed in Russia. It is known as a Beginner.
As a result, the British declared diplomatic sanctions, deported from the country on 23 Russian diplomats. In solidarity more than 20 countries, including the United States, declared persona non grata over hundreds of Russian intelligence officers working under diplomatic cover.