Russian envoy comments on Yulia Skripal’s statement

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Yulia Skripal’s recent statement makes it possible to once again raise the question as to whether she actually was poisoned Russia’s Permanent Representative to the EU Vladimir Chizhov said.

Axar.az informs citing TASS.

"She looks great, there are no traces of a nerve agent poisoning, as the British authorities put it," he said. "I am not an expert in this field but I can guess that a nerve agent kills every living thing in a large area, even when its amount is not that large," the Russian envoy added.

"The fact that she looks almost healthy makes one wonder if there actually was a poisoning attack, and if there was, what substance was used and who was behind it," Chizhov noted.

"I share the opinion of my colleagues at the Russian embassy in London that the text she read out is likely to be a translation," the senior diplomat went on to say. "I am rather fluent in English to tell what phrases were used, which of them are typical for Russian and English," he said.

Yulia Skripal earlier made a video statement, saying she was not ready to avail herself of the services offered by the Russian embassy in Great Britain.

2018.05.24 / 18:55
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