We know who they are, ' he told reporters. "There's nothing particularly even criminal about them, I assure you", he said, adding they were "civilians, of course".
She said: "The Prime Minister's response on this issue has been swift and proportionate unlike the leader of the Opposition who has demonstrated at worst a lack of patriotism and at best a stunning naivety in showing such openness to the Russian version of events". "We'll see soon enough", he said.
"I would like to call on them so that they can hear us today", he told an economic forum in the Russian city of Vladivostok. "They should go to some media outlet".
The Russian president denied they worked for the military and described them as "civilians". He said there was "nothing criminal" about the actions of two men accused of an assassination attempt with nerve agent in England earlier this year.
On 2 March, the alleged Russian spies for GRU military intelligence service, flew from Moscow to Gatwick using legitimate Russian passport and business visas.
Mr Skripal and his daughter were left in a critical condition after they were exposed to Novichok but are now recovering.
Mr Wallace later said requests for Russian Federation to account for what happened in Salisbury had been met with "obfuscation and lies", saying their response merely "reinforces their guilt".
Russian Federation adamantly denies involvement in the poisoning, which had added to severe strains in ties between Russian Federation and the West.
The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Putin had not spoken to the two accused men and refused to say how and by whom they had been found.
This still taken from CCTV and issued by the Metropolitan Police in London on September 5 shows Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov at Salisbury train station on March 3.
The Russian news agency Fontanka found a Moscow apartment where Boshirov is registered, but neighbors said they have never seen him, according to the UK's Guardian. "Maybe later. Next week, I think", he said.
She claimed that Petrov was not in Britain around the time of the poisoning, but did not elaborate on how she obtained that information.
Sergei Skripal, a Russian former spy, and his daughter Yulia were found unresponsive on a bench in Salisbury, about 90 miles southwest of London, on March 4 after they came into contact with the Soviet-developed nerve agent Novichok.