MFA urged the G7 countries not to disseminate questionable information on the Case Of Skripal

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) –┬áDeputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov called on the G7 countries not to disseminate questionable information about the poisoning of former Colonel GRU Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in British Salisbury. This is reported on the agency’s website.

According to Ryabkov, in Europe they again voiced fictitious accusations against Russia on the case of poisoning in the UK.

“Under the far-fetched pretext, we are again” demanded “to declare in the OPCW all the data on the allegedly existent program in our country for the creation of a nerve agent … The argument is the same, resulting ultimately to the notorious” highly likely “(very likely) – and no more “, He said .

At the same time, the diplomat added that the Russian side calls on the G7 countries to refrain from disseminating false information that is not worthy of the level of the expert community.

“We urge the countries of the” seven “to refrain from spreading dubious inferences that are not worthy of serious expert level. We have become accustomed to a very liberal interpretation of the facts by this group of countries, but we would not want the international community to be fed from this “polluted source,” Ryabkov concluded.

Previously, the G7 countries said they were calling on Russia “to respond promptly to questions related to the Salisbury incident.”