March 22, at a briefing at the British Embassy in Moscow, representatives of foreign embassies showed and distributed in printed form presentation of six slides about poisoning in British Salisbury former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and hostile activities against Russia from other countries.
The presentation is at the disposal of the Russian edition «Kommersant». She was accompanied by enhanced oral review of the British Ambassador Laurie Bristow.
The presentation outlined the chronology of the incident from poisoning Skrobala deported from the UK, 23 Russian diplomats presented a description of the nerve agent, Novichok.
It is emphasized that the incident in Salisbury was the first since the Second world war attack using a nerve agent in Europe.
«We have no doubt that Russia is responsible for this», – stated in the presentation.
Stated that «Newbie» prevents the normal functioning of the nervous system. It is reported that in connection with the poisoning Skrobala 51 people have passed the examination in the hospital, 131 people could potentially come in contact with the substance.
On the fifth slide, which is called «a Long list of hostile actions,» lists 12 incidents involving Russia. We are talking about the murder in November 2006 of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, the cyber attack on Estonia in 2007 and invasion of Georgia, the occupation of the Crimea, destabilization of Ukraine, the crash of flight MH17, intervention in the election of the President of the United States, cyber attacks on the Bundestag and disinformation campaign against Germany, the cyber attack on the Ministry of defence of Denmark, attempting to organize a coup in Montenegro, the cyber attack NotPetya and assault in Salisbury.
The presentation also reported on what action UK authorities took in response to the poisoning Skrobala.
4 March 2018 66-year-old Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia was hospitalized with symptoms of poisoning in British Salisbury.
The investigation revealed that during the attack was used that was developed in Russia, a nerve agent, Novichok. Prime Minister Theresa may has demanded from the Kremlin to explain what had happened until the evening of March 13, otherwise London would take an incident of unlawful use of force by Russia against great Britain.
The UK position was supported by the government of France, USA, Germany, Australia and other countries.
Moscow has refused to answer the ultimatum of London, and demanded to give her samples of the substance that poisoned Skrobala.
March 14, the British authorities announced the expulsion of Russian diplomats 23, and the suspension of the planned bilateral contacts with Russia. March 17, Russia declared a persona non grata 23 British diplomats.
«We have no doubt that Russia is responsible for this». Media published a presentation of the British Embassy in Moscow in the case Skripal 28.03.2018