Moscow has no relation to the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal, and this position was brought to London through diplomatic channels. This was stated press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, reports the correspondent of”.ru” on Wednesday, March 14.
“Moscow does not accept completely unfounded and not backed up by any evidence of the accusations against him and does not accept also the language of ultimatums,” — said Peskov.
the representative of the Kremlin said that Moscow remains open to cooperation, however, does not meet the same openness on the part of the British.
Earlier, Prime Minister Theresa may said that the poisoning Skripal “with high probability” involved in the Russian state. She has given Moscow until the evening of March 13 for the provision of detailed explanation, otherwise promising to impose on Russia a “more serious measures”.
Russian party rejects any involvement in the incident. According to foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Moscow is not to blame, and all the accusations “is nonsense.”