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nerve agent case for 'action' on Russia
Official claim that 'Novichok' points solely to Russia discredited

Ahmed, Nafeez

Publisher:  Insurge Intelligence
Date Written:  13/03/2018
Year Published:  2018  
Resource Type:  Article

The case against Russia using the nerve agent Novichok is undermined by earlier reports by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which previously declared that they have no evidence for the existence of a Russian Novichok programme.



Other states have Novichok capabilities, but the British government doesn't want to investigate them.

The OPCW's authoritative verdict on Russia's now destroyed chemical weapons capabilities should be enough to give anyone pause for thought in rushing to judgement concerning Russian responsibility for the Novichok attack.

Instead, the British government appears to have no interest in investigating the fact that there are other state agencies with significant nerve agent capabilities. Like its ally, the United States.


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