UNITED KINGDOM (OBSERVATORY) – The report of the technical secretariat of the OPCW on the case of poisoning the former GRU officer Sergei Skripal in Salisbury “raises questions”, the final conclusions can be made only with the materials of the chemical and spectral analysis of the samples before our eyes, said Russia’s permanent representative to the OPCW, Alexander Shulgin.
“The report submitted by the technical secretary on the findings of British experts raises a number of questions and requires additional detailed study, including with the British side.
Any specialist understands that the final conclusions can be made only with the materials of chemical and spectral analysis of the samples mentioned. materials were transmitted only by the technical secretariat to London, “Shulgin said on Wednesday, speaking at a meeting of the OPEC’s executive board at the headquarters of the organization in The Hague.
In the British Salisbury on 4 March, ex-employee of the GRU Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, convicted for espionage in favor of Great Britain, were poisoned, which provoked a major international scandal. London claims that the Russian state is involved in the poisoning of Fiddles with substance A-234, Moscow categorically denies it.