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German Report Reveals NATO Has Skripal Poison ‘Novichok’ Since 1990’S

A sample of Novichok (substance A-234), the nerve agent allegedly used to poison the Skripals in the United Kingdom in March 2018, was obtained by German intelligence in the 1990s, local media have reported. Since then, the substance has been studied and produced by NATO countries.

Western countries, including the US and UK, have long been aware of the chemical composition of the nerve agent known as Novichok, a group of German media have reported following after a investigation.

The inquiry, based on anonymous sources, gives new insight into the issue of the nerve agent that would have been used in the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, UK, in March.

Western governments managed to get their hands on the formula of what is described as “one of the deadliest chemical weapons ever developed,” after the German foreign intelligence service, the BND, obtained a sample of the nerve agent from a Russian defector decades ago.

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