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Poison attack on Sergei Skripal : Bulgarian Parliament has examined possible cross-connections

Following Reports of a possible third Suspect in the case of the poison attack on the Russian Ex-double agent Sergei Skripal in the UK, the Bulgarian Parliament rolls an old case. In the center connections to a poison attack in Bulgaria in 2015 are available across, as the Chairman of the government of Gerb party, Zwetan Zwetanow, on Saturday announced. A parliamentary Committee wool request to next Thursday's secret service information.

The former double-agent Skripal and his daughter Julia had been suspended in March 2018 in the southern English town of Salisbury in the Soviet Union developed nerve toxin Nowitschok. Both barely escaped death. The British government makes Russia responsible for the attack. As a Suspect, two agents of the Russian military intelligence service GRU shall apply.

In the last week, the British research platform Bellingcat had reported a previously unknown third Suspect. The man is travelled, therefore, two days before the poison attack on Skripal under the alias of Sergei Fedotov to the UK, and the attack will be. In 2015, he's supposed to be, according to Bellingcat to a stop on the Bulgarian businessman Emilian Gebrew have been involved.

in response to the stroke of Salisbury, many of the EU countries had Russian diplomats in Bulgaria was not one of them. The armor manufacturer Gebrew was on 28. April 2015 at a reception with heavy poisoning, broken and in a coma like symptoms. His son and an employee were treated for similar symptoms, all three were healthy again. According to Bellingcat Fedotov's supposed to be two days before the poison attack on Gebrew from Moscow to Sofia, fly.

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Fedotov, a 45-year-old Russian, appeared, therefore, his for 30. April not booked return flight. Instead, he was on the evening of the 28. at the airport in Istanbul have been seen. In may, he returned for a few days to Bulgaria, such as Bellingcat reported. In Bulgarian government circles, and the details have been confirmed in the meantime, as the weekly newspaper "Capital" reported on Friday, citing a representative of the Ministry of interior.

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The Declaration of Zwetanow was the first official reaction to the revelations in Bulgaria. Zwetanow said he expected that the authorities in Bulgaria, the UK and the EU discuss the new revelations and "active" on a reconnaissance work. (AFP)

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