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Journalistic Investigation: Sample "Novice" in Germany

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Intelligence of the Federal Republic of Germany acquired a sample of the “Novice” nerve agent at the beginning of 1990, reports Interfax the report of the German newspaper Zeit, which conducted a journalistic investigation in conjunction with the publications Süddeutsche Zeitung, West deutscher rundfunk and Nordduutscher rundfunk.




According to the report, “a defector who worked for German intelligence was able to deliver a sample of the substance,” and Russian scientists were the source of information.

In the future, the sample "Novice" was taken to one of the laboratories in Sweden. After the research, the formula of the substance was in the hands of German intelligence. As established by the journalists, intelligence officers shared information with their colleagues from NATO countries.

In connection with the good relationship with Russian President Boris Yeltsin, the German government decided not to publicly announce the existence of the Novice,
writes a newspaper.

Where the sample is now located is unknown. The Cabinet of Ministers of Germany did not respond to a journalistic investigation.

Recall that in March, the former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia were found unconscious in British Salisbury 2018. The head of the British government, Teresa May, immediately stated that they were poisoned by the Novice nerve agent (A-234), developed in Russia, and therefore accused Moscow of the attempt on the life of Skripale.

Moscow strongly rejected these accusations, recalling that all chemical weapon Russia destroyed in 2017 year under the control of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
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  1. Logall
    Logall 17 May 2018 09: 50
    +6
    And the "newbie" is neither such a newbie ... A newbie-old man ... Everyone has it ... And everyone has an antidote ...
    1. Chertt
      Chertt 17 May 2018 09: 51
      +5
      Quote: Logall
      A "newbie" is neither such a newbie ..

      Yes you what belay Is May lying to all? Yes, no, some kind of nonsense
      1. MPN
        MPN 17 May 2018 10: 16
        +11
        Quote: Chertt
        Quote: Logall
        A "newbie" is neither such a newbie ..

        Yes you what belay Is May lying to all? Yes, no, some kind of nonsense

        Nah ... she could not lie ... they all there (even journalists and white helmets) by smell determine the country of origin of the producer and the names of the guilty ... "By the smell of Karl!" How could she lie? request
        1. Thrall
          Thrall 17 May 2018 10: 21
          +5
          Stories with the Malaysian Boeing, meldonium, a newcomer and a chemical attack in the Syrian Duma are already worked out material. Moreover, in the Western press there is already an unwritten taboo on these topics.
          We are waiting for the next provocation. This "music" will be eternal ...
          1. MPN
            MPN 17 May 2018 10: 24
            +8
            Quote: Thrall
            This "music" will be eternal ...

            The classics do not age ... And in revolutions too, Armenia proved MMM is immortal !!!
            1. Thrall
              Thrall 17 May 2018 10: 30
              +3
              Quote: MPN
              Armenia has proved

              I agree, but North Korea has also proved something, but this method is not widely available.
              1. MPN
                MPN 17 May 2018 10: 33
                +6
                Quote: Thrall
                and DPRK also proved something

                The method must be implemented and distributed!
        2. Chkot
          Chkot 17 May 2018 10: 34
          +2
          It is urgent to rename it “Govnyuchok” nerve gas - firstly, it is determined by smell, and secondly, by the smells of the entire media world ... Well, it’s definitely nerve-paralytic, because even without direct exposure the brain is huge the number of politicians of the "strongholds of democracy" both in Europe and overseas ☺
          1. MPN
            MPN 17 May 2018 10: 40
            +7
            Quote: ChKot
            It is urgent to rename it “Govnyuchok” nerve gas - firstly, it is determined by smell, and secondly, by the smells of the entire media world ... Well, it’s definitely nerve-paralytic, because even without direct exposure the brain is huge the number of politicians of the "strongholds of democracy" both in Europe and overseas ☺

            To argue is not that difficult, not possible at all, from the word at all ... good
      2. Basil50
        Basil50 17 May 2018 10: 18
        0
        In general, it’s fun to track incidents in Europe and the USA. There, at first they will artistically describe or shoot a movie about something, including about a terrorist attack, and then they try to * artistic * whistle * to bring to life.
        So it was with many events * embodied in life *. This is the destruction of the towers in the United States, and the poisoning of Skripal. The scripts came from * kin *, even * beginner * got a name in the movie.
        Fantasy in Europe is difficult, which is why fantasies * creative tiligents * are introduced into life.
      3. rocket757
        rocket757 17 May 2018 10: 22
        +2
        Really, how is everything unexpected?
        Now they will look for a mole in their ranks .... there will be something to do, besides searching for the Russian threat, Russian hackers.
    2. DMB_95
      DMB_95 17 May 2018 10: 21
      +3
      Quote: Logall
      A "newbie" is neither such a newbie ... A newbie-old man ... Everyone has it ....

      At first, the Czech Republic admitted, now Germany and Sweden have surfaced. In a couple of years there will be no countries that are not "smeared" by the Novice ..
    3. pvv113
      pvv113 17 May 2018 10: 47
      +1
      Quote: Logall
      Everyone has it ... And everyone has an antidote ...

      But they continue to stupidly blame Russia wink
      Salute, Alexander!
  2. Astoria
    Astoria 17 May 2018 09: 50
    +2

    And here again ...
  3. Moskovit
    Moskovit 17 May 2018 09: 51
    +5
    Some kind of phantasmagoria. Reminds a famous joke:

    - Have you heard that Rabinovich won the Volga in the lottery?
    - That's right. Only not Rabinovich, but Ivanov. And not the Volga, but a hundred rubles. And not to the lottery, but to the cards. And did not win, but lost.
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  5. andrewkor
    andrewkor 17 May 2018 10: 05
    +4
    Whom, whom, and Germans to learn chemical weapons to invent, only spoil!
    1. net0103net
      net0103net 17 May 2018 10: 08
      0
      That's for sure. The world's best chemists should not be taught chemistry. )
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 17 May 2018 10: 14
    +2
    Over time, of course, everything will fall into place. But May-Johnson and the company got what they wanted from this Newbie. And as May was pronounced from the rostrum, this word is heard and you immediately begin to realize that of course Russia is to blame.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 17 May 2018 11: 49
      +2
      I want to ask what definition “in due course” will fit here - “When the cancer whistles!”, “After the rain on Thursday!”, “As soon as that, right away!” and further from our folklore? ..... Ha, ha, so, like a joke of humor. Perhaps it will not be very soon, but rather never .... here they are "our Western partners."
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 17 May 2018 11: 57
        +2
        I want to ask, what is the definition of "over time" suitable here
        I want to answer. And this does not play a role, because the goal is achieved. At least read the comment carefully.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 17 May 2018 12: 22
          +3
          In principle, the question related specifically to the first part of the comment -
          Over time, of course, everything will fall into place.
          Because it is doubtful that the arrogant Saxons managed to cheer up the company
          that of course Russia is to blame.
          I succeeded, for this I will not argue.
          Just a joke ... didn’t pass, okay.
          1. rotmistr60
            rotmistr60 17 May 2018 12: 30
            +2
            No offense. Reacted to the beginning of the comment. hi
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 17 May 2018 13: 41
              +2
              Norm soldier
              Not only does a song help us build and live, nowhere without a joke-humor.
  7. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 17 May 2018 11: 13
    0
    It’s funny. When everyone was happy with everything, and Russia was stupidly a "friend and partner of the West", then everything was fine with meldonium and Novices, and in general practically everything ..... and now, well, it just got into gear ..... .
  8. net0103net
    net0103net 17 May 2018 11: 53
    0
    Journalistic "investigation"

    Here’s the Novicek gas,
    Here's a bunch of hair pants,
    These are the problems of NATO!
    And, you, Russia, are “to blame”.
  9. Chicha squad
    Chicha squad 17 May 2018 13: 47
    +1
    Westdeutscher Rundfunk and Norddeutscher Rundfunk

    Is it like our Komsomolskaya Pravda and the Moscow Komsomolets?