The inspective website, Bellingcat claimed that in March, the suspected agent who was poisoning the Russian ex-spy in Britain is a colonel military based intelligence agency of GRU in Russia.

The specialized investigator team of Britain named Bellingcat exposed the involvement of Russia in the international contention through the identification of the man named Ruslan Boshirov by Britain but is actually named Anatoly Chepiga. Actually, this team is specialized in dragging the online data through internet trolling.

In September, the British security services named Alexander Petrov and Boshirov were in the suspected list for involving in the nerve agent attack on the former spy Sergei Skripal along with his daughter Yulia using Novichok, a nerve agent, but it is supposed that these name can be a pseudonym.

After their identification, they appeared on the Russian television using these names for claiming that they were only tourists at Salisbury, the English city. “ Boshirov” completely refused about the working for the GRU.

As per the news report, Chepiga is a highly designated GRU officer in the colonel rank, who is assumed to be identified as Ruslan Boshriov for his hidden mission in Britain.

The report also exposes a passport size of Anatoly Chepiga from 2003. It looks after a younger version of “  Ruslan Boshriov” presented by the British authority.

According to the Theresa May, the prime minister of Britain, the suspected individuals involved in the poisoning case were the members of military intelligence of Russia and working on the orders of the high-level diplomats.

Bellingcat described that Chepiga was born in Nikolayevka, the village of Far East Russia and completed a prestigious career in a military academy in the region. Then he was in the special team of the GRU.


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