The mystery of the "Novichok" origin
London continues to blame Moscow for poisoning the former GRU colonel Sergey Skripal and his daughter with the nerve agent "Novichok". However, from the moment of the incident the British side does not inform Moscow about the progress of the investigation, nor does it provide access to Russian diplomats for Julia Skripal.
Despite the lack of evidence of Russia's guilt in the Salisbury incident, the British leadership continues to fuel anti-Russian hysteria in Europe. Since the poisoning took more than two months, but the British investigation has not yet provided a final report on the "Skripal case". In addition, Adviser to the Prime Minister of Great Britain for National Security Affairs Mark Sadwill said that at the moment the suspects in the poisoning of Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia have not yet been established.
In turn, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on April 12 confirmed that the Violins were poisoned with nerve agent. However, the report does not mention the name "Novichok". At the same time, the UK found these conclusions sufficient as Russia's fault in attacking a former spy. This could mean that the UK seeks to hide from the public the main victims and limit their communication with the outside world.
Thus, it may appear that the British government is deliberately trying to destroy all possible evidence, to categorize all remaining materials and thereby to exclude the possibility of an independent and transparent investigation.