The poison poison of the Russian agent originated from the Anglo American laboratory: neither confirmed nor denied

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 The poison poison of the Russian agent originated from the Anglo American laboratory: neither confirmed nor denied


Local time on March 29th, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying, in response to the United States for the expulsion of Russian diplomats, Russia will expelled 60 American diplomats in Russia and closed the Consulate General of the United States in St Petersburg. The picture shows the United States general consulate in St Petersburg in March 29th. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (SergeiLavrov) said 14 days ago, the Russian double agent Skrypal (SergeiSkripal) and his daughter Julie ya (YuliaSkripal) was used to poison poison, is an abbreviation for BZ agents. The Russian media said BZ had never been produced in Russia, but was owned by the United States, Britain and other North Atlantic Treaty organizations (NATO). The findings cited by Lavrov are from the Spitz (Spiez) laboratory, which is designated by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW). Lavrov said the Spitz laboratory tests the drug samples given to OPCW by the London authorities. We cant make any statements about it, said Booker (AndreasBucher), director of the Spitz laboratory strategy and communications. We signed a confidentiality contract with OPCW. So, the only institution that can prove Lavrovs statement is OPCW. We cant prove or deny anything. The Spitz laboratory was under the charge of the Swiss Confederation civil defense Protection Agency (FederalOfficeforCivilProtection), but eventually the Swiss defense minister. The OPCW office did not reply to other questions proposed by Russian media, including the Spitz laboratory to provide samples for detection of agents for OPCW, if found any Russian novichok (Novichok) nerve agent or BZ active ingredients. The source of this article: the editor of the Chinese News Network: Gu Ying _NN6577 The Spitz laboratory was under the charge of the Swiss Confederation civil defense Protection Agency (FederalOfficeforCivilProtection), but eventually the Swiss defense minister. The OPCW office did not reply to other questions proposed by Russian media, including the Spitz laboratory to provide samples for detection of agents for OPCW, if found any Russian novichok (Novichok) nerve agent or BZ active ingredients.