Date: 5 months ago   Category: Russia

At Putin haven't found the colonel Chepigu in the list of heroes of Russia


The Kremlin denies rewarding of the colonel of Main Intelligence Directorate Anatoly Chepigi. The Kremlin has said that haven't found among heroes of Russia the colonel of GRU Anatoly Chepigu who is identified with Ruslan Boshirov suspected of poisoning with Skripalya in Great Britain. It on Friday, September 28, the Russian President's Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov has told journalists, Interfax reports. "Yes, have checked. I have no information that the person with such name was awarded", - Peskov has told. The day before Peskov has promised that in the Kremlin materials of investigation Bellingcat and The Insider on "business by Skripalya" in which it is claimed that Ruslan Boshirov in fact is a Hero of Russia Anatoly Chepigoy will check. We will remind, on September 12 the Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that suspects in the matter of poisoning of the British Salisbury are in the Russian Federation, but these are just civilians without the criminal past. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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