Russia: UK's refusal to cooperate over Skripal poisoning bears resemblance to Berezovsky, Litvinenko cases — Russian Prosecutor

Russian Deputy Prosecutor General Saak Karapetian argued that London's refusal to cooperate with Moscow on the investigation of the Sergei Skripal poisoning bears resemblance with the earlier cases of an alleged assassination of Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky and former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko. He spoke at a press conference in Moscow on Monday. Karapetian said, «The anti-Russian... Еще campaign prompted following the reports of the poisoning of former intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter is being carried out by British authorities on the basis of a provocative scenario. It is analogous to the one that has already been used for ungrounded accusations of Russia in an alleged assassination of Boris Berezovsky in London in summer 2003 and Alexander Litvinenko in November 2006.» The Russian prosecutor went on to say that «in all three cases» British authorities refused to cooperate with the Russian law enforcement «despite the provisions of the 1959 European Convention on mutual legal assistance,» which he said «ruled out any chance for anyone to assess their objectivity.»

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