By Amanda Williams
Published: 21:52 BST, 25 April 2013 | Updated: 03:40 BST, 26 April 2013
The Russian government official needed for the kill of Alexander Litvinenko has hitched in a luxurious function to a youthful lady of the hour who had ‘never heard’ of the dead previous KGB agent.Â
Wedding pictures, distributed in the Russian version of Warm magazine, appear a grinning Andrei Lugovoy, 46, dressed in a white suit next to his radiating bride, 23-year-old understudy Xenia.Â
According to English specialists Lugovoy – a previous KGB specialist – is the boss suspect in the kill of Mr Litvinenko, a commentator of President Putin who worked for MI6 what’s more, Spanish mystery services.Â
Wedding pictures, distributed in the Russian release of Warm magazine, appear a grinning Andrei Lugovoy, 46, dressed in a white suit next to his radiating bride, 26-year-old understudy Xenia
Mr Litvinenko was harmed with radioactive polonium-210 while drinking tea at the Thousand years Inn in Mayfair.
Lugovoy, the charged poisoner, is presently an ultra-nationalist government official in the Russian State Duma. It has been revealed he what’s more, his spouse – half his age – met in a shop.
The over-the-top celebrations took put in the celebrated Abrau-Durso winery found in the beautiful resort town of Gelenzhik on the Dark Sea.
The Times reports that the celebrations extended over a few days, with the couple evolving outfits, from customary Cossack outfits to football kits.
Mr Litvinenko was harmed with radioactive polonium-210 while drinking tea at the Thousand years Lodging in Mayfair
According to English experts Lugovoy is the boss suspect in the kill of Mr Litvinenko – a commentator of President Putin who worked for MI6 what’s more, Spanish mystery services
There were ice sculptures, singing what’s more, fireworks, what’s more, Russian vodka, it is said.
The pre-marriage ceremony have remained a mystery since the function took put in October.Â
In the Warm interview, Mr Lugovoy said his spouse had no thought who he was at the point when they met.
It was as it were at the point when she saw him on a TV programme, taking a polygraph test to deny contribution in the Litvinenko murder, that he said she communicated ‘surprise’.Â
He said: ‘It turns out she had never heard about this (Litvinenko) story. It was a long time back what’s more, not numerous individuals keep in mind it, essentially just the government officials with whom I associate. She was of course exceptionally surprised.’
He included that he met his spouse in a shop while purchasing his ‘own products’, a propensity he has shaped since he does not ‘trust anybody else.’
Attempts to remove Lugovoy to the UK have been rejected by the Russians.
He is denounced of harming Mr Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210Â at a London lodging in 2006, what’s more, says the comes about ofÂ the polygraph test he took in Russia prior this year demonstrate he was not involved.
The Crown Indictment Benefit has named Mr Lugovoi as the prime suspect in the case what’s more, is looking for his removal to the UK to confront trial.Â
But the previous Russian knowledge officer has declined to surrender himself to English equity what’s more, has concurred as it were to give video confirm to the examination next year.
He has inquired his legal advisors to challenge rules which preventÂ lie-detector confirm being conceded in court since it is considered unreliable.
It has been asserted that Lugovoy what’s more, another previous KGB agent, Dmitry Kovtun, harmed Mr Litvinenko at the Thousand years Inn in London’s Grosvenor Square.
Moscow has so far declined to co-operate with Mr Litvinenko’s examination or, on the other hand remove Lugovo
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