Former Russian spy suspect denied that life was destroyed by the British government.


Former Russian spy suspect denied that life was destroyed by the British government.

Original title: the suspect tells the case of a former Russian agent: a friend suggested traveling for only half an hour.

BEIJING, Sept. 13 (Xinhua) According to Russian satellite network reports, the British suspect of the former Russian agent poisoning case in an interview with the Russian media recently said that they went to Salisbury to visit is suggested by friends, after arriving in Salisbury, where stay no more than half an hour.

Two suspects accused in London reportedly interviewed the Russian media in which they admitted they were in the photos published in Britain and gave their real names, saying: "We are indeed the people announced, Alexander Petrov and Rutherland Boschrov. This is our truth. "Name".

In addition, the two suspects charged in Britain said they went to London for pleasure, not for work. They arrived in Salisbury on March 3 and stayed there for no more than half an hour. The two said that the London authorities had destroyed their lives and turned them upside down.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sept. 12 that the Russian side has found the suspects in the British conviction of the Scripali case and hopes that they will clarify to the media. Putin also said that two Russian citizens "do not have any special criminal acts". Later, Margarita Simonijan, editor-in-chief of Russia Today and Russia Today, said the two men in London suspected of being involved in the poisoning of former Russian agents told of their daily work.

 

Former Russian agent Scripali and his daughter Yulia are unconscious on a bench in Salisbury, England, on March 4. The British government said Paley and his daughter were poisoned by the A234 poison, which confirmed that Russia was related to the incident. But Russia firmly denied this. J Kerry Pali was discharged from hospital in mid May after the end of the treatment course, and Yulia was discharged from hospital in mid April.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the Scripali case was not self-defeating because of the lack of evidence against Russia.

On September 5, the Royal Public Prosecutor's Office prosecuted two Russian citizens, Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boschrov, for four counts, including attempted murder of Scripali's father and daughter and attempted murder of British policeman Nick Bailey. British Prime Minister Teresa Mei said on the 5 day that the 2 suspects were agents of the general intelligence bureau of the Russian army.

Editor in chief: Gui Qiang


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