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Last time Russian military claimed to be on holiday was when they invaded Ukraine in 2014, - British FM on interview with Russians suspected of Salisbury poisoning
Last time Russian military claimed to be on holiday was when they invaded Ukraine in 2014, - British FM on interview with Russians suspected of Salisbury poisoning
 "Last time Russian military claimed to be on holiday was when they invaded Ukraine in 2014," - British FM on interview with Russians suspected of Salisbury poisoning UK's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt called on to stop Kremlin's fake TV shows following the interview the Russians charged with Salisbury nerve agent attack gave to the state-funded RT.The British top diplomat tweeted on Thursday, Censor.NET reports. The last time Russian military claimed to be on holiday was when they invaded Ukraine in 2014. Time to stop the fake TV shows – the world has found Russia out on this pic.twitter.com/PchaF8Grbj — Jeremy Hunt (@Jeremy_Hunt) 13 вересня 2018 р. Watch more: "We are those shown to you in pictures. They are our real names," - Two Russians charged with Skripals poisoning give interview to Kremlin-funded TV channel. VIDEO In Thursdays interview to the state-funded RT, Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, the two Russians charged with perpetrating nerve agent attack in British Salisbury have claimed they were visiting the towns "famous" cathedral as tourists. Petrov and Boshirov have been charged with attempting to murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury in March by spraying Novichok nerve agent on the handle of their door. Scotland Yard have said these names are probably aliases. A UK government spokesman rubbished the mens claims as "obfuscation and lies", while John Glen, the Conservative MP for Salisbury and South Wiltshire, called the statements "not credible". Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia knew the real identity of two men accused by British prosecutors of trying to murder Skripals and that they were civilians with nothing criminal about them. Russia adamantly denies involvement in the poisoning, which had added to severe strains in ties between Russia and the West. Putins declaration came seven days after British authorities announced that they had charged two Russian men, identified as Aleksandr Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, with carrying out the poisioning on March 4. They accused the pair of smuggling the Soviet-designed nerve agent Novichok into Britain in a fake perfume flask and smearing some of the substance on the front door of Sergei Skripals home in the English city of Salisbury, where the former GRU officer settled after being sent to the West in a Cold War-style spy swap in 2010. Putin made no comment about whether the names they used were real. The attack left Sergei Skripal, 67, and Yulia Skripal, 34, in critical condition, but both have recovered after weeks in the hospital. A couple who authorities said found the perfume bottle after it was discarded by the attackers fared worse: Charlie Rowley recovered after treatment in the hospital but his partner, Dawn Sturgess, 44, died on July 8. British authorities have said that a European arrest warrant has been issued for the two Russians, who they suspect were using aliases.Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n3086166
    2018-09-14 11:31:15


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