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Britain will demand from Russia to extradite two Russians

09 August 2018, 05:24 | Glen Norman

UK 'ready to ask Russia to extradite suspects in Novichok poisoning'

Police officers stand on duty outside Sergei Skripal's home in Salisbury Britain

The UK intends to submit a request to Moscow to extradite two Russians suspected in the attack scout Sergei Skripal and his daughter with the help of a "Beginner", according to the Chronicle.info with reference to the channel 112.

It is also expected to reignite a diplomatic row with Russian Federation, the Guardian reported.

Earlier this year, after Russian ex-spy Sergey Skripal and his daughter were likely attacked with the Novichok nerve agent, which left them both in critical condition in hospital for weeks, the United Kingdom, and a number of its allies, expelled Russian diplomats. Russian Federation has repeatedly denied any involvement in the attack.

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The decision, which the Russian government is expected to reject, is the culmination of an investigation by British authorities into the entry, activity and departure of the two Russian suspects.

And the query would worsen the diplomatic row between Britain and Russian Federation.

The request seems certain to be rejected by Russian Federation, and could further inflame the diplomatic row between the two companies. "It's nearly a rerun of the situation", The Guardian quoted a government source as saying.

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Russian officials refused to hand over suspects who Britain claimed were responsible for the murder of Aleksandr Litvinenko with a rare radioactive isotope in 2006.

British police believe Charlie Rowley, a local man who became sick after exposure to the nerve agent in June, later found the bottle used to smear Novichok on the Skripal's door handle in the southern English town of Salisbury. She died eight days later, but he has since been released from the hospital. The Russian Constitution forbids the extradition of Russian citizens to another state. Moscow has repeatedly denied any involvement and accused the British intelligence agencies of staging the attack to stoke anti-Russian hysteria. Mr Rowley recovered but Ms Sturgess died last month.

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