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London says it still considers Moscow to be the perpetrator of the attempted poisoning of the Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury. This comes despite the statement by Czech President Milos Zeman, who said that a small amount of A230 toxic substance, similar to Novichok, was produced at the Czech Defense Ministry's Research Institute in 2017. The toxin was then reportedly destroyed. According to the Czech president, his country's intelligence service did not consider the A230 nerve agent to be Novichok, because this name is contributed to A234 agent. However, its military intelligence service reported that A230, too, is named Novichok.

Radio Sputnik discussed London's attempts to convince the world that Russia is the perpetrator of the attempted poisoning of Skripals with Joe Quinn, Sott.net editor, internet essayist, researcher, author.