"I went there to ask why their country, killed my girlfriend," he says to the Sunday Mirror.
Rowleys girlfriend Dawn Sturgess, died after they both dealt with a perfume bottle containing nervgiftet in Amesbury, just over two months after Sergei Skripal and his daughter was very ill in the nearby city of Salisbury. Charlie Rowley was in a coma for ten days in the aftermath of the incident.
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the dog was, according to Rowley, the argument he made to Russia may have been behind the attack, at the meeting with the country's ambassador to Britain, Alexander Yakovenko, on Saturday.
" the Ambassador said all the time that it could not have been the manufacturer of the substance, for if it had been it had killed everyone.
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asked Rowley dozens of questions but, don't think he got some direct answers, ”only Russian propaganda”.
"I thought about the ambassador, but think part of what he said in order to try to justify that Russia was not responsible for the ridiculous," he says to the Sunday Mirror.
According to Rowley, he was told that Russia only have small amounts of Novitjok, in botemedelssyfte, and that the only countries that still produce it is the Czech republic and the united states – and that there are at the british base for military tests, Porton Down.
" I'm glad I met him and feel that I got to hear things I did not know before. But I still think that Russia is behind the attack.
it was a friendly meeting and a ”normal " conversation between friends”.
" He just wanted to know the truth. We are on the same page, the report from the investigation must be public. It is important for Russia, but also for Charlie Rowley, he says to the Sunday Mirror.
the Ambassador shall also have promised to forward Charlie Rowleys requests for a meeting with president Vladimir Putin.
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