Berlin does not rule out the poisoning of Navalny

Berlin does not rule out the poisoning of Navalny

Navalny could have been poisoned with “a certain probability”, a spokesman for the FRG government said, referring to “suspicious cases” in the recent history of the Russian Federation.

The German government does not rule out that the Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, who was taken to the Berlin clinic “Charite” for treatment, was poisoned. There is “a certain likelihood” of a similar situation, said German government spokesman Steffen Seibert on Monday, August 24.

“Unfortunately, there have been several suspicious cases in recent Russian history,” he added. Official Berlin called for “full transparency” in the investigation of the incident.

On August 20, Alexei Navalny became ill on the plane on which he flew from Tomsk to Moscow. The airliner urgently landed in Omsk, the oppositionist was taken by ambulance to the hospital. He was admitted to the hospital unconscious and connected to a ventilator. According to Navalny's press secretary Kira Yarmysh, the politician could have been poisoned with something mixed into the tea he drank in the morning at the airport.

The comatose oppositionist was taken to Berlin on the morning of August 22 after a long delay. The Russian authorities insisted that the German pilots comply with the rest standard. Before that, Omsk doctors declared Navalny to be non-transportable.

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