Kremlin says Russia not involved in Skripal affair at any level
Moscow is not involved in the Skripals assassination attempt affair either at the highest level or any other and it regards the charges against Russian officials as impermissible, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the media, TASS reports.
"We have said more than once and can confirm officially once again that Russia has had nothing to do with the events in Salisbury. Russia is not involved in any way," Peskov said in response to London’s charges.
"Any accusations against the Russian leadership are impermissible," he said. "Neither the highest Russian leaders, nor officials of lower ranks have ever had anything to do with the events in Salisbury. This is ruled out," Peskov said.