United Kingdom confirms death of Skripal pets

United Kingdom confirms death of Skripal pets

United Kingdom confirms death of Skripal pets

Sergei Skripal "is responding well to treatment" and is "improving rapidly", the hospital's Medical Director Christine Blanshard said.

Mr Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, have been in hospital since March 4 after being found unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury.

"I woke up a week ago and I am happy to say that my strength is growing every day".

I also want to update you on the condition of her father, Sergei Skripal.

Britain has blamed Russian Federation for the March 4 poisoning of the Skripals in the city of Salisbury. A senior Trump administration official said, "This [is a] response to Russia's continued attacks to subvert Western democracies". "Where are they now?" she said, speaking to reporters.

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Britain's Foreign Office said she had been offered assistance by Russia's embassy but had so far declined. "We have an understanding of how many of them there were, but this is a question for Britain".

The ambassador also disputed comments tweeted Wednesday by British Secretary of State Boris Johnson, that British defense research laboratory Porton Down identified the nerve agent as military grade Novichok, that "Russia investigated delivering nerve agents, likely for assassination" and stockpiled small quantities of the chemical.

Skripal was convicted in Russian Federation of spying for the U.K.in 2006.

Touching upon allegations about the use of Novichok a href="https://sputniknews.com/viral/201804061063282289-skripal-poisoning-un-probe-uk-russia-twitter/" class="local_link" target="_blank" *the Skripals, Nikolay Kovalev, former head of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), said that first and foremost, "one should prove that it was Novichok".

The affair has sparked a bitter diplomatic crisis between London and Moscow and prompted a wave of tit-for-tat expulsions of diplomats between Russian Federation and the West.

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Meanwhile, Kelley Currie, deputy United States ambassador to the UN, spoke at the Security Council: "We have stated previously and do so again today our firm belief that Russian Federation is responsible for this chemical weapons attack on UK soil".

At the United Nations Security Council meeting on Thursday, Nebenzia, Russia's envoy, called the allegations a "fake story" and said the UK was "playing with fire and they will be sorry".

The authorities said in a statement Friday that Viktoria Skripal's visa application was denied on the grounds that it "did not comply with the immigration rules". Investigators determined that they had been poisoned by a nerve agent and believed that the pair was intentionally targeted.

Britain blamed Russian Federation for the poisoning, the first known offensive use of such a nerve agent on European soil since World War II. She wrote that the bodies of the animals are "important evidence in this poisoning case".

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