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A Salisbury policeman found no signs of poisoning as a "Novichok" Empty A Salisbury policeman found no signs of poisoning as a "Novichok"

on Sun Jul 08, 2018 2:38 pm
An employee of the British police, who was hospitalized in Salisbury because of suspicion of poisoning with the nerve-paralytic substance Novicchok, was healthy.

This was reported by the Wiltshire County Police on Twitter.

"I am glad to inform you that a policeman who applied for early medical care at the Salisbury District Hospital because of the incident in Amesbury, was examined and it turned out to be healthy," the report said.

Recall that a police officer turned to the Great Western Hospital in Swindon for help, but was transferred to Salisbury District Hospital, where the former Russian intelligence officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia were poisoned.

On July 4, it became known that two people were hospitalized near Salisbury due to poisoning with an unknown substance. A woman and a man at the age of about 40 years were sent to a hospital in Salisbury.

The incident occurred on the evening of June 30 on Muggle Street - the victims were found unidentified on the street.

The British counter-terrorist unit said that the man and woman were poisoned with the "Novichok" matter . At the same time, the country does not consider the second case of poisoning as a "Novichok" attack.

In March of this year, a 66-year-old citizen of Russia, a former intelligence officer Sergei Skripal, went to a hospital with severe poisoning. With him was his daughter Julia.

The British investigation believes that the poisoning of the former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal could not be carried out without the approval of the Kremlin.

British Prime Minister Teresa May announced that Russia is likely to be involved in the poisoning of the Violinist, and the crime was committed with the help of the paramilitary paralysis of the "Novichok" class developed in the Russian Federation.

In April, international experts from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons confirmed the findings of Britain that the former intelligence officer of Russia Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with neuro-paralytic substance.

Sergei Skripal, Colonel of Military Intelligence of Russia on retirement in 2006, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for espionage in favor of Britain. He was found guilty of transmitting to the Secret Intelligence of Britain evidence of Russian agents who worked under cover in the EU.

The former intelligence officer was fired in an exchange between the United States and Russia in 2010. He was pardoned by then Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Soon, Violin became a political refuge in the UK.  In Ukrainian/український
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