Russia will require Britain to uncover the program on the synthesis of toxic substances
Russia wants to demand Britain to uncover the program on the synthesis of chemical warfare toxic substances, said the press Secretary of the Embassy in London.
He said that the speed with which the specialists of the military laboratory in Porton Down to determine the type applied in Salisbury and Amesbury substance, asserts that the country spent developing this substance and have his samples.
in the Russian Embassy told that the disclosure of such information will benefit all who seek truth in the investigation of the conflict in Salisbury.
the Embassy stressed that the foreign office ignored the request. Then in the diplomatic mission told that the English authorities did not want to Russian foreign Ministry staff talked with experts who have the ability to possess uncomfortable for the government facts.
in addition, the press Secretary of the Russian Embassy revealed that the former British foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has acknowledged the fact of the presence in Britain of specimens of the substance of type A-234. The suspicious laboratory
The diplomat also reminded that in April the head of the research center Gary Aitkenhead in the conversation Sky News was neither to confirm nor to deny the fact that Britain produced and kept sending the accumulation of substances, including so-called " Beginner ". Then He also said about the fact that the laboratory adheres to the strictest of precautions, not allowing " anything to leak out beyond the 4 walls of the facility."
for reviews of the press Secretary of the Russian Embassy, the fact that in the laboratory, there is something "leak" are well known.
He told me that the lab since the First world war engaged in military developments in the field of chemical weapons. While it is close to Salisbury and Amesbury, where was the incident with the imagined use of nerve agents.
"in conditions when the laboratory has at its own disposal this substance, and the two conflict took place no further than ten kilometers from the object, a statement of the official of London and the British media about the "Russian trace" in the poisoning Skrobala as the only plausible version of what happened is simply absurd,"