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Vladimir Putin says Russia finds Skripal Novichok poisoning suspects
Last week, police and prosecutors named Petrov and Boshirov as the men responsible for the Novichok attack on Sergei Skripal, a Russian former spy, and his daughter Yulia in March.
"We know who these people are, we have found them", Putintold a panel of an economic conference in Russia's Far East of the suspects.
Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia were found unconscious on a bench in Salisbury, 90 miles (145 kilometers) southwest of London, on March 4.
Vladimir Putin said he knows who and where they are, but that there was "nothing criminal" about their actions.
Mr Putin said he hoped the men would tell their story soon. This would be best for everyone. There is nothing particularly special or criminal here'. "We are going to look in the come future", he added.
Shortly after Putin's statement, Britain accused Russian Federation of "obsfuscation and lies".
Britain blamed the Russian government for the attack, an allegation that Moscow has vehemently denied.
The Skripals spent weeks in hospital in a critical condition after the poisoning.
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The elder Skripal, who was a Russian intelligence agent who switched sides, as well as his daughter, survived the poisoning and now live in an undisclosed location. Sturgess's boyfriend, Charlie Rowley, also fell ill.
Russian Federation has repeatedly contested the allegations and on Wednesday Putin escalated the war of words by denying the men were members of military intelligence.
Mr Wallace blasted Russian Federation for denying the nerve agent attack, saying they Kremlin was full of "obfuscation and lies" and that their responses "reinforces their guilt".
Britain's allies have backed it over the incident, with the United States and other European countries expelling hundreds of Russian diplomats suspected of being spies, according to the Post.
In a statement that deepened the diplomatic crisis between the two countries, the Prime Minister said: 'The GRU is a highly disciplined organisation with a well-established chain of command.
British authorities said they were also poisoned with Novichok.
Investigators said the banned Soviet-era nerve agent novichok was found on the front door to their home. They came up with pretty much everything except a film of them planting the poison or a signed confession, but the Russians clearly have no plans to extradite them or even charge them with anything judging by how Putin is describing the situation.
Britain said Russians Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun were behind what it said was a likely Kremlin-backed killing, but the pair have never been tried and Lugovoi has since become a lawmaker in Russia.
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