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Viktoria Skripal, the niece of former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal, who allegedly suffered from a nerve gas attack in the British town of Salisbury, has warned against taking the UK authorities’ statements at face value. In an interview with the newspaper Izvestia that came out on Thursday, she said that the reports about two Russian nationals suspected of being behind the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia may turn out to be hoax. She said that she was skeptical about the theory that the two Russians had been involved in the nerve gas attack against her uncle. In her words, it looked more like UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s attempt to make amends before the parliament. “After all, six months have passed. It was precisely six months since the poisoning on September 4. I have only one question: if the British knew about this so well, why didn’t they announce it earlier?" Viktoria Skripal asked. She said the investigator’s theory that the two men had used fake Russia passports seems rather flimsy and the photos of the suspects could have been photoshopped. Apart from that, she said she was perplexed why the British authorities had been objecting against her meeting with the uncle and the cousin sister in the United Kingdom.

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