The Telegraph newspaper removed an article about the transfer of the DNA of the British Minister to Russia

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Telegraph removed article where Russia was suspected of stealing DNA from Liz Truss during PCR

The Telegraph newspaper removed an article about the transfer of the DNA of the British Minister to Russia

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The Daily Telegraph has removed an article stating that British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss could have provided Russia with her DNA during a PCR test for COVID-19 in Moscow. It is reported by RIA Novosti.

According to the agency, the link to the material is in Google search, but when you click on it, a message appears stating that the page was not found. A copy of the web page is cached on Google servers.

The British newspaper article was published online on Friday 11 February. Suspicions of DNA theft stemmed from reports that French President Emmanuel Macron refused to be tested ahead of a meeting with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, the article said.

The Kremlin explained that because of the refusal of the French leader to do PCR, Putin and Macron were sitting at a long table. Dmitry Peskov clarified that the Kremlin is sympathetic to the decision of some foreign leaders not to exchange PCR tests.

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