Russia accuses the UK of fabricating the chemical attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury.

Madrid, March 3 (European Press) –

The Russian embassy in the United Kingdom accused London of manufacturing the chemical attack with nerve gas that was subjected to in 2018 by former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the British town of Salisbury, and confirmed that it invented the case to prepare it. Population “for confrontation” like that of Ukraine.

“We now understand that London was not interested in searching for the truth. The chemical incident in Salisbury was invented by the British in order to start preparing their population and allies for a confrontation now, at the political-military level, in Ukraine. He emphasized in a statement compiled by the Tass news agency.

In addition, the Russian diplomatic mission sent a note to the British Foreign Office seeking clarification regarding the health and location of both Skripal and his daughter Yulia. “During all these years, the British authorities have not established the true circumstances of what happened,” he said.

In this sense, he noted that London “categorically rejected” the cooperation offered by Russia at a time when it “obstinately” repeated the accusations against Moscow. “It is clear that the events of 2018 were just a ‘test’ in a systematic information and psychological campaign aimed at demonizing Russia,” he concluded.

The UK has accused Russia of being behind the March 2018 case of Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, who were found unconscious next to a Salisbury shopping center and admitted to a nearby hospital with a very serious diagnosis.

In the aftermath of the case, at least 21 people received medical treatment after being exposed to a Soviet-era chemical agent. Moscow has denied involvement at all times, and has asked London to cooperate in the investigation and be able to provide consular support to Yulia Skripal, a Russian citizen.

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