Skripals’ house in Salisbury to be demolished
The works will take about four months.
The house, where ex-GRU Colonel and British spy Sergei Skripal live in Salisbury (Great Britain) will be dismantled by law enforcement officers, The Guardian reports.
The works will take about four months. Initially, scaffolding will be erected, the building will be covered with an “airtight frame,” and its roof will be removed. It is reported that the demolition will be as safe as possible.
It was previously reported that British destroyed the Skripals’ pets. Two guinea pigs died without water and feed in the sealed house. A Persian cat who survived “imprisonment” was put to sleep and burned with a flamethrower.