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Sergei Ivanov said he did not exclude that absolutely unexpected versions might appear in the case of ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko
Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov said he did not exclude that absolutely unexpected versions might appear in the case of ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko who died in London from radioactive poisoning. “If the investigation goes on, and I hope that it will go on, and we are interested in it, entirely unexpected versions might appear, which now are not even considered at all,” the minister in an interview with told the Kommersant daily published on Monday. He did not elaborate. Regarding the recent suspicious illness of former Cabinet chief Yegor Gaidar Ivanov was more positive. “Basing on the facts, and I’m basing only on the facts, any attempt on his life is out of the question,” Ivanov said. On Sunday, Litvinenko’s Italian contact Mario Scaramella was arrested at Naples airport upon arrival from London. Scaramella met with Litvinenko at a London-based Istu sushi bar on November 1, when the ex-agent was presumably poisoned with polonium 210. Bologna prosecutors charged Scaramella with giving false evidence in the case of presumed nuclear materials trade.
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