A former employee of the GRU, Sergei Skripal, who, together with his daughter Julia, was poisoned in the British Salisbury, was discharged from the hospital. The hospital director called this event “fantastic news”. She was the daughter of Skripal Julia
Sergey Skripal (Photo: Global Look Press)
Doctors discharged from the hospital the victim of poisoning in the British Salisbury former GRU officer Sergei Skripal, said in a statement. communication National Health Service of England. The executive director of the Salisbury District Hospital, where they treated Skripal, Kara Charles-Barks called this event “fantastic news.”
In this hospital, received treatment on March 4, 2018 Sergei Skripal, his daughter Julia and police officer Nick Bailey. The policeman discharged March 22, Julia Skripal left the hospital April 10th.
The report on the discharge of Sergei Skripal says that doctors can not submit detailed reports on the treatment of victims, since this information is protected by patients’ right to confidentiality of health information. “The treatment of people who have suffered so much after poisoning with a nerve agent, requires stabilizing their condition and supporting their vital activity until their bodies can not produce more enzymes,” the report said.
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After discharge from the hospital Julia Skripal did not get in touch with Russian diplomats, although she is a Russian citizen. On her behalf a statement was issued police, which said that Julia does not want to soon use the services of the embassy in the UK. In her statement, she recalled that her father was still in serious condition, and she herself was still experiencing the effects of poisoning with a nerve agent. Julia Skripal also refused to give an interview to any media.
London accused Russia of attempting an attempt on the Violins by using the highly toxic poisonous substance of the group “Novy”, which was allegedly developed in the USSR in the 1980s. The results of a study on the substance of experts of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) confirmed the findings of the British authorities about the type of substance used. However, like experts from the British laboratory of Porton Down, the OPCW chemists did not name the place of origin of the poison agent. In the summary it was stated that the material used was of extremely high purity.
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The Moscow has denied involvement in the Salisbury incident, and calls the results of the OPCW’s work controversial. Russian Ambassador to London Alexander Yakovenko said that Russia still has many questions about the fate and health of the Violins. According to him, Moscow More and more reasons to consider situation “as kidnapping of two Russian citizens”.
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