The inspectors said that the nerve agent was of "high purity" with "the nearly complete absence of impurities".
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons watchdog, which conducted its report at the request of the United Kingdom government, analyzed samples collected by United Kingdom authorities from Mr. Skripal, his daughter Yulia and a police officer who was exposed to the nerve agent.
British officials last week said that they were unable to identify the origin of the nerve agent but identified Russian Federation as the source of the attack because of other intelligence.
He said: 'There can be no doubt what was used and there remains no alternative explanation about who was responsible - only Russian Federation has the means, motive and record'.
"The Kremlin must give answers".
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"We understand the worldwide interest in this story and we have been very open and accommodating to members of the press from around the world".
The summary does not name Novichok - the name of the nerve agent previously cited by British Prime Minister Theresa May - but said the details of the toxin are in the full classified report.
Russia has denied involvement in the attack and Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, claimed that experts have said that such nerve agents could have been made in about 20 countries.
Online footage, shared on the Sun and Mail Online websites, shows the pair were from Russia's Ren TV station and tried to speak with two medical staff while also filming in the hospital's corridors.
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The Russian embassy in London cast doubt on the authenticity of Yulia Skripal's statement, saying it indicates the UK's "forcible isolation of the Russian citizen". She said Thursday her life is "totally different".
British authorities "must urgently provide tangible evidence that Yulia is alright and not deprived of her freedom", the embassy said in a statement.
In a statement released by London's Metropolitan Police, Yulia Skripal said the embassy had offered assistance but "at the moment, I do not wish to avail myself of their services".
"I thank my cousin Viktoria for her concern for us, but ask that she does not visit me or try to contact me for the time being", Yulia Skripal said.
"We'd really like to understand what exactly the British aspect did to adhere to its worldwide obligation under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations as well as the Allied Consular Convention, and that which were the reasons for this a unfounded conclusion", the embassy explained. "So far, we doubt it much", the embassy said.
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Sergei Skripal remains in hospital as he recovers from the effects of the toxic nerve agent. A police officer, Det Sgt Nick Bailey, who was among the first at the scene, was also taken to hospital but discharged on March 22nd. The goal was only to confirm the identification of the nerve agent used.