The foreign Ministry commented on the presentation of the British Embassy in the “case Skripal”

MOSCOW, 28 Mar — RIA Novosti. Presentation, presented at a briefing at the British Embassy in the Russian Federation in the case of the poisoning of ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, contains a blatant lie, told RIA Novosti Deputy foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov.

Earlier, the representative of the British foreign office thanked the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation “for giving greater publicity” presentation in the case of Sergei Skripal, previously published by the newspaper “Kommersant”. He noted that this document is fully consistent with the statements of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa may is “a useful description of the system the irresponsible behaviour of the Russian state structures”.

“We are grateful to the foreign office for the opportunity to say a few words about the recent briefing at the British Embassy in Moscow. The document, which was announced at this briefing contains a set of common for British officials of nasty things to Russia. There are outright lies, that draws the attention of the British propagandists from diplomacy and their listeners,” — said Ryabkov.

“Kommersant” has previously published a presentation that, according to him, was shown by the British Ambassador, and then distributed in printed form to representatives of foreign embassies for a few days before the expulsion of the Russian diplomats. The newspaper writes that the presentation consisted of six slides, the first of which is the title with the title “Incident in Salisbury”. The newspaper writes that the presentation is practically no reports of new information on the case Skripal, noting only one difference — “the change of the status of Moscow from “with high probability” guilty side guilty “without doubt”. The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova commented on the publication, calling the presentation “failure of Theresa may”.

British Salisbury on March 4, was poisoned by a British spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. The British side claims that the poisoning Skrobala substance A234 involved in the Russian government, Russia is categorically denied.
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