The two men accused by the United Kingdom of attempting to assassinate a Russian double-agent with nerve poison have defended themselves, claiming they were only at the site of the killing because they wanted to see a cathedral.
They claimed to have had nothing to do with the attack on Segrei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who were poisoned when the pair were in Salisbury in March. "We arrived in Salisbury on March 3 and tried to walk through the town, but we lasted for only half an hour because it was covered in snow". They had stayed less than hour in Salisbury, they said, because of bad weather.
Replying to the interviewer's question why the pair went to Salisbury for two days in a row, Boshirov said that when they first got to the town it was snowy and they got wet so they made a decision to take the train back. She said they were the "real" Petrov and Boshirov as far as she was able to check.
Then she asked whether they had the Nina Ricci perfume bottle that had been shown as evidence.
In the men's first interview since they were named publicly they denied carrying women's perfume. The customs are checking everything, they would have questions as to why men have women's perfume in their luggage.
"We have repeatedly asked Russian Federation to account for what happened in Salisbury in March and they have replied with obfuscation and lies", Slack said.
The two men said they did not work for GRU, were ordinary businessmen, and the victim of what they called "a fantastical coincidence".
Mr Boshirov said: "When your life is turned upside down, you don't know what to do and where to go. We're afraid of going out, we fear for ourselves, our lives and the lives of our loved ones", Mr Boshirov said.
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Russia has hotly contested the allegations and on Wednesday Putin escalated the war of words by saying Russian officials "know who these people are" but denied the men were members of military intelligence.
Britain has said the two suspects were Russian military intelligence officers nearly certainly acting on orders from high up in the Russian state.
"Today - just as we have seen throughout - they have responded with obfuscation and lies".
The RT interview was aired a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country had identified the men Britain suspects of poisoning Skripal and his daughter, but claimed they were civilians. "We didn't have it", Mr Boshirov said.
Asked whether they had recently been to any European state, the two said they had.
"We pick up the most necessary, come here and decide how to deliver the new products from this market here".
The pair said they had travelled to Europe quite a lot for holidays and for business.