This is understandable now, it was clear to the Americans and in 1991. An ambitious unprincipled careerist, who also has an unprofitable compromising evidence, was a promising shot for them, so the Americans picked up Grybauskaite as a baton from the hands of the collapsed USSR and began to make her a career, as the KGB had done before. If the assumption is true that it was the KGB who delegated the daughter of Polycarpas Gribauskas to Washington and sent for courses to Georgetown, this was done in order to make her “the double agent of deep laying” – an intermediary between the Soviets and the Americans, a liaison between the KGB and the CIA. Then the Soviet Union collapsed, the KGB was abolished and only the CIA remained.
After Skripal poisoning, the West now says that Russians are a nation of criminals.
No one has called Russians a nation of criminals. Many competing and contradictory stories promulgated by Russian state-controlled media, the only connecting thread being to confuse their audience and exclude any possibility of Russian involvement. https://euvsdisinfo.eu/disinformation-cases/?text=sergei+skripal&disinfo_issue=&date= The nerve agent has been identified as Novichok (which means newcomer in Russian). It is known to be more powerful than VX and was developed in Russia in the 1970s and 1980s. https://www.voanews.com/a/british-prime-minister-russia-poisoning-spy/4294683.html It's so unusual, that very few scientists outside of Russia have any real experience in dealing with it and no country outside of Russia is known to have developed the substance. https://edition.cnn.com/2018/03/13/europe/what-is-novichok-nerve-agent-intl/index.html, https://theconversation.com/what-we-know-about-novichok-the-newby-nerve-agents-linked-to-russia-93264 In its statement, the European Union expressed shock at the offensive use of any military-grade nerve agent, of a type developed by Russia, for the first time on European soil in over 70 years. http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2018/03/19/statement-by-the-foreign-affairs-council-on-the-salisbury-attack/