Putin media accuses Britain of being ‘hell-bent on VILIFYING Russia’ over Novichok

Thursday, July 5, 2018
By Paul Martin

RUSSIAN state media has already cast suspicions over Britain as Novichok terror returned to Salisbury during the World Cup.

By Henry Holloway
5th July 2018

Charlie Rowley, 45, and Dawn Sturgess, 44, remain critical after falling ill in Amesbury after being exposed to Novichok.

It occurred just miles from the scene of the attack on MI6 double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

The nerve agent was allegedly used on the direction of Vladimir Putin’s regime to target the defector.

And it seems Mr Rowley and Ms Sturgess stumbled across remnants of the nerve agent used the attack.

Russian state media has already raised “suspicions” over the resurgence on the Novichok claims as Putin enjoys a so-far successful World Cup.

Quoting analysts, state-run media channels accused Britain of being “hell-bent on vilifying Russia”.

The report added it is “very curious” that the attack happened during the World Cup ahead of a potential semi-final clash between England and Russia.

Suggestions Russia could be involved once again were branded as “making no sense”.

And they once again attacked accusations by Britain and the West that the Kremlin was behind the plot to attack Skripal.

Downing Street is understood to be already be bracing for a Russian “misinformation campaign” linking Novichok incidents to the World Cup.

Russia is expected to launch “significant” efforts to try to “confuse the public” after the latest incident, a senior Government source said.

Relations between Britain and Russia were plunged into the deep freeze over the attempted murder of the Skripals in March.

“They will try and claim this is Britain trying to stoke up anti-Russia sentiment during the World Cup,” the source said.

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