Former spy’s daughter “recovering well” from “disorienting experience”
Yulia Skripal, in her first statement since she and her father collapsed from poisoning by a nerve agent, said that her strength “is growing daily,” and thanked the people of Salisbury and her doctors for their help. She called the poisoning incident “disorienting” and asked for privacy. The Russian embassy in London said it had requested consular access to Yulia and Sergei Skripal, but it had been “denied.” Russia-1 TV Thursday aired a recording of a woman claiming to be Yulia speaking to her cousin Viktoria in Moscow and telling her “everyone is getting better and everyone is alive,” adding “there is nothing that is not reparable.” Russia-1 says it can’t confirm the recording’s authenticity.
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To learn she was poisoned by US/UK.
I am sure 101%, Putin has already sent a greeting and hopes of quick letter, if not guilty as Hell, in which case he will send an umbrella.
As usual The truth shall set Russia free.