Published On: Sun, Apr 7th, 2019

Russian U.K. Ambassador Tells Novichok Poisoning Victim Russia Didn’t Do It Because Otherwise He’d Be Dead

Police investigate scene of Novichok poisoning.

The surviving victim of what authorities in the United Kingdom say was a Russian poisoning attack confronted Russia’s ambassador to the U.K. on Friday, and asked him, “Did you kill my girlfriend?” according to a report in Britain’s Sunday Mirror newspaper, which arranged the meeting between survivor Charlie Rowley and Alexander Yakovenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “man in London.”

The now-46-year-old Rowley and his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess, 44, were exposed to the Russian-made nerve agent Novichok in Amesbury, Wiltshire, England, on June 30 of last year, according to a report by the BBC. The site where the couple was exposed to the deadly nerve poison was just eight miles from the scene in Salisbury, England, where former Russian spy Sergei Skirpal and his daughter were attacked and poisoned with Novichok on March 4, 2018.

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Russian U.K. Ambassador Tells Novichok Poisoning Victim Russia Didn’t Do It Because Otherwise He’d Be Dead