Experts from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) issued a report on the poisoning of Russian spy defector Sergei Skripal. The OPCW report does not mention the name “Novice”, but it is noted that the findings of the organization’s representatives confirm the versions of the United Kingdom about the nature of the nerve agent.
The OPCW experts were unable to establish exactly where the substance was produced, which was poisoned by Skripal and his daughter Julia. At the same time, the researchers found that the toxin turned out to be “of high purity.” The remaining details about the nervous agent are indicated in the classified report with an unknown source.
Suffered from toxin poisoning Julia Skripal regained consciousness on March 29, and on April 9 she was discharged from the hospital. April 7 in consciousness cameSergei Skripal, who was previously in a coma. Soon after, the doctors stoppedevaluating his condition as critical and noted that the patient responded well to the treatment and had already started talking.