The Russian Ambassador wrote a letter to the victim of the Salisbury police

Alexander Yakovenko © /

Cyril Kallinikov

/ RIA Novosti

Moscow, March 24 – AIF-Moscow.

Russia’s Ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko, wrote a letter to the police to nick Bailey, the victim in the incident in Salisbury, where he was poisoned ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter, RIA Novosti reported. The message was sent to the police Department of the County of Wiltshire.

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Yakovenko thanked the police officer for bravery in responding to an incident involving Russian citizens.

“I was relieved to find out that you were discharged from the hospital and you are reunited with your family” – said the diplomat.

He wished Bailey a full recovery and expressed hope that Yulia and Sergei Skripal also get well soon.

Yakovenko stressed that Russia has nothing to do with what happened in Salisbury and is ready to cooperate with Britain in investigating the incident.

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