A British man who suffered from a deadly nerve agent who killed his girlfriend faced a Russian ambassador on Sunday about an attack.
Charlie Rowley, a 45-year-old newcomer, said that he went to a meeting with Alexander Yakovenko with a sharp question: "Why did your country kill my girlfriend?
"But I have not received any answers. I have just received Russian propaganda, "Rowley said," Mirror of Great Britain ", who organized a 90-minute meeting at the Russian Embassy.
Rowley's partner, 44-year-old Don Storgis, died on July 8 after being poisoned in a bottle thrown by two Russian assassins who allegedly attacked former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.
Russian servicemen, known as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, were accused of murder, although Moscow repeatedly denied any involvement. has only a small amount of agent and no longer produces it. He accused Britain or America of giving the poison, said Rawley.