The Russian Embassy in London said it hadn’t received an official request from UK to extradite two men said to be suspected of carrying out a nerve agent attack on British soil. The statement denied an earlier report about the request by The Guardian. “We do not trust such unverified bogus media reports at all,” the embassy said, reminding that there were “no less than a hundred of such leaks attributed to unnamed sources” since former double agent Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found unconscious on bench in Salisbury in early March. The UK said they were poisoned by a Soviet-designed nerve agent and blamed Moscow for the attack, but were never able to back its accusation with proof.
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