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Canada After a poison attack: Putin makes his first statement on the Navalny case

12:50  23 october  2020
12:50  23 october  2020 Source:   ksta.de

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Navalny is under constant surveillance. His wife, Yulia, says government agents were at the hospital controlling access to her husband and she believes When we first met Navalny three years ago, he was running against Putin for president. He had made a name for himself by getting his hands on

Vladimir Putin has denied Russia’s involvement in Alexei Navalny ’s alleged poisoning , saying he asked prosecutors to allow the He was under travel restrictions,” Putin reminded them, referring to the strictures put in place as part of a slander case launched against Navalny this summer.

According to his own account, Russia's President Vladimir Putin made it possible for his opponent Alexej Navalny to travel to Germany himself after his alleged poisoning. He asked the public prosecutor to clear the way for Nawalny's treatment - although there were restrictions on the 44-year-old due to pending criminal proceedings. Putin said this on Thursday at an expert forum broadcast on state television. "If the power apparatus had wanted to poison the figurine, it would probably not have allowed him to fly out to Germany," said Putin.

Russlands Präsident Wladimir Putin © AP Russian President Vladimir Putin

The Kremlin stressed in August that Putin was not involved in the departure. Now Putin said in his first personal statement on the case that he had responded to a written request from Navalny's wife. He never calls Navalny by name.

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Shortly after Mr. Navalny arrived in Berlin, German military scientists determined that he had been poisoned with a new nerve agent from the Novichok The European Union is also expected to impose sanctions on the Russian State Research Institute of Organic Chemistry and Technology.Credit

Navalny , who is recovering in Germany after falling ill on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow in August, told the news magazine Der Spiegel that the use of the “ I assert that Putin was behind the crime, and I have no other explanation for what happened”, Navalny said in his first interview since the poisoning .

Navalny collapsed on a flight in Siberia on August 20 and was flown to Germany for treatment two days later. According to the findings of a special Bundeswehr laboratory, Navalny was poisoned with warfare agents from the Novichok group. Laboratories in France and Sweden are also said to have confirmed this. The neurotoxin is outlawed internationally.

Nawalny Alexej dpa © dpa Nawalny Alexej dpa Alexej Nawalny blames Putin for the attack

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Navalny had personally blamed Putin for the attack. He also stated that Russia had severely delayed the transfer to Germany because the Kremlin had hoped that the poison would no longer be detectable in the body after arrival.

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If the attack on Alexei Navalny was meant to frighten him into silence or compliance, it failed. He's made it clear that he intends to return to Russia - and to opposition politics - more determined than But the fact he identifies Vladimir Putin as chief "villain" in his poisoning has infuriated the Kremlin.

Navalny claims Putin was behind his poisoning with the Novichok nerve agent. Russian President Vladimir Putin said he personally intervened to have rival Alexei Navalny flown out of Russia for In Russia, poison is just one of methods used to attack Kremlin critics. On Thursday, Putin said that, if

Putin complained on Thursday that no documents for a crime had yet been presented to Russia. "Give us evidence!" He said. At the same time, he offered that Russian experts could participate in a possible international investigation into the case. The Kremlin chief said there could be no investigation in Russia until there was evidence of a crime.

Navalny immediately made fun of Twitter that Putin was still trying to act as his savior. He accused Putin of lies. The Kremlin and the doctors stated that the reason for the flight ban was that from a medical point of view, it was not transportable. Now suddenly Putin is naming legal obstacles. Navalny stressed that there were no such travel restrictions. (dpa)

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