British prosecutors, on 5 September announced the names of the two suspects the Russians.
Attempts by the UK to get an explanation from Russia over the poisoning of former Russian spy in Salisbury has always come across confusion and lies, and the situation has not changed.
This was stated press Secretary of the Prime Minister Theresa may.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said today that Russia knows the real names of two men accused by British prosecutors of trying to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, and they are civilians, not involved in crime.
“These men are officers of the Russian military intelligence, GRU… the Government revealed the role of GRU, his operatives and his methods, this position is supported by our international allies,” – said the press Secretary told reporters.
“We have repeatedly asked Russia to explain what happened in Salisbury in March, but they answered with deceit and lies. I don’t see anything to suggest that this has changed,” he added.
Recall that British prosecutors, on 5 September announced the names of the two suspects the Russians, who are considered perpetrators of the poisoning in Salisbury. Is Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov.