DISINFO: UK has been using chemical weapons for long time
UK played a role in coordinating the international response in the Navalny case where Germany also acted as Navalny was in Germany. The first round was UK's study of material in the Litvinenko case. The next act was the Skripals case where PM Theresa May stirred up drama. The next round was use of poison and chemical weapons staged by the "White Helmets" in Syria. UK is linked to this as the creator and leader of the "White Helmets" NGO is a retired UK military officer. But something went wrong and he suddenly ended his life by suicide...
One of the various and contradictory false narratives of the pro-Kremlin media on the poisoning of Alexey Navalny.
The poisoning of the Kremlin’s prominent critic Alexey Navalny by the nerve agent Novichok was confirmed by OPCW. Before the poisoning, Navalny was followed by FSB officers, including from a clandestine unit specialised in working with poisonous substances, during his trips across Russia, traveling alongside him on more than 30 overlapping flights to the same destinations.
OPCW has confirmed the use of chemical weapons in Syria, which pro-Kremlin media systematically mock, advancing conspiracy theories. Thus, RT France received a reprimand from a local media regulator for doing false voiceovers of the interviews of Syrians in an attempt to represent chemical attacks as “staged”.
In the case of former FSB officer, turned critic of Kremlin, Alexander Litvinenko, who was murdered in the UK in 2006 due to the poisoning by radioactive polonium, two Russian former colleagues of Litvinenko Andrey Lugovoy and Dmitri Kovtun are wanted by the UK. Polonium er very difficult to obtain and since it is radioactive, it left traces everywhere: not only in Litvinenko's body but also in the place of meeting of the three, in the hotel rooms of Lugovoy and Kovtun, on the plane of British Airways, which they took, and even in Germany, where they also traveled, the trace of polonium was confirmed by German police. In 2016, the Litvinenko public inquiry in the UK stipulated that his murder was commissioned by the Russian State.