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Litvinenko’s case was used for interests of security services

Litvinenko’s case was used for interests of security services

Litvinenko’s case was used for interests of security services
March 11
17:15 2016

Director of the Federal Drug Control Service of Russia Victor Ivanov has commented on the public inquiry about the death of ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko in UK. According to Ivanov, this case was used for the interests of the secret services.

“London court was cynically used for the benefit of intelligence services, as well as some of the political establishment,” Ivanov said.

He called the case of Litvinenko a farce. “This farce was played out to discredit the Russian Federation and Russian officials, including chief executive officer,” Ivanov said to TASS News Agency.

The results of the British public inquiry became known in late January. In particular, the report says that Russia is involved in the death of the former FSB officer. However, the court could not confirm that the polonium which was used to kill Litvinenko had Russian origin.

 

 

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