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Zakharova Refutes Allegations of Using Obscene Language on TV


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Moscow, March 5 – The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said that on the fifth anniversary of the incident in Salisbury, a falsity was launched that she had made an obscene speech about Skripal on TV.
On Saturday, Zakharova said that Moscow strongly condemns all attempts by London to hold Russia responsible for what happened in Salisbury and insists on an objective investigation into the incident. In her statement posted on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she indicated that five years have passed since the Salisbury incident, “which the British authorities used to deliberately complicate our bilateral relations.”
“I found out how I was congratulated on the fifth anniversary of the accident in Salisbury. Five years ago, the world was shocked by another Anglo-Saxon provocation with the so-called use of a chemical warfare agent against Skripal, for which British Prime Minister Theresa May stood up in feigned hysteria in Parliament and demanded that the world All to punish Russia.

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She indicated that she had to refute “this hideous lie” day after day.
And on Memorial Day a fake was launched that allegedly allowed myself to utter an expletive on the air with Evgeny Popov and Olga Skabeeva. I would not have paid attention to this nonsense if it weren’t for someone’s ‘but’. on March 13, 2018, and it was dedicated specifically to Skripals.
Former GRU officer Sergei Skripal, convicted in Russia of treason, and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in Salisbury in March 2018, sparking an international scandal. Scotland Yard later confirmed that the man and the other woman were poisoned with the same substance as Skripal. Poisoned Don Sturgess, 44, died on July 8 at Salisbury District Hospital. London believes that the Russian state was involved in the Skripal poisoning with A234, and that Sturges was an accidental victim. Moscow categorically denies this.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the “Skripal case” is collapsing before our eyes because there is no evidence of Russia’s guilt. The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent dozens of diplomatic notes to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs demanding that Russia be granted access to the investigation, the affected citizens of the Russian Federation, as well as requesting legal assistance and proposals for cooperation, including a joint investigation.

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