UK says will offer Germany help to investigate poisoning of Putin-critic Navalny

LONDON, Sept 2- Britain will offer all the help it can to Germany in its investigation into what Germany says is evidence that a critic of Russian President Vladmir Putin has been poisoned with a nerve agent of the Novichok family. Toxology tests of blood samples from Alexei Navalny conducted at a German military laboratory produced what Germany called “…

LONDON, Sept 2 (Reuters) – Britain will offer all the help

it can to Germany in its investigation into what Germany says is

evidence that a critic of Russian President Vladmir Putin has

been poisoned with a nerve agent of the Novichok family.

Toxology tests of blood samples from Alexei Navalnyconducted at a German military laboratory produced what Germanycalled “unequivocal evidence” that he was poisoned withNovichok.

“We’ll stand ready to offer all the support that’s availableto help Germany to investigate and to take action as necessary,”Health Secretary Matt Hancock said.

Britain says Russia used Novichok to poison former spySergei Skripal and his daughter in the southern English city ofSalisbury in 2018.(Reporting by William James; editing by Stephen Addison)

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