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Britain not interested in cooperation with Russia over Skripal affair — prosecutor

April 09, 12:36 UTC+3

According to the chief of the Prosecutor-General’s Office media relations department, "the whole logic or the absence of any logic indicates that Britain is not interested in answers"

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MOSCOW, April 9. /TASS/. The Russian Prosecutor-General’s Office has not received any queries from Britain in connection with the investigation of the poisoning of the Skripals in Salisbury, the chief of the Prosecutor-General’s Office media relations department, Aleksander Kurennoi, told the media on Monday.

"The whole logic or the absence of any logic indicates that Britain is not interested in answers," Kurennoi said. "They are outspokenly conviction-biased. From the standpoint of national law and international law this is a rather strange stance. No counter-arguments or explanations are taken into account. The charges have been formulated and those responsible determined," Kurennoi said, adding that from the legal standpoint it looked "very strange."

He stressed that the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office was interested in cooperation.

"We wish and we are prepared (to reply to a request for legal assistance - TASS), if only we knew what kind of help we might provide. We are not given any information. That does not mean that our cooperation with Britain is at the freezing point. It does go on, but as far as the Skripal case is concerned, there is none," Kurennoi said adding that "the British authorities look not interested in it at all."

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