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World Russia faces problems looking into Navalny case after evidence removed: Kremlin

13:03  22 september  2020
13:03  22 september  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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Russia now faces an urgent dilemma. As far as its Western partners are concerned, a prominent In the face of demands that Moscow launch an investigation into Navalny ’s apparent poisoning Either way, only very firm and visible action to get to the bottom of the case can help the Kremlin dig itself

Does the Kremlin agree that the Interior Ministry should return these clothes or not? Ekho Moskvy: Yesterday, Alexey Navalny demanded the return of the clothes that were confiscated from him You see, they’re experiencing certain problems because a lot of evidence , unfortunately, was taken away.

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Tuesday said that Russian efforts to look into the case of opposition politician Alexei Navalny, who Germany says was poisoned, were encountering problems because his allies had removed evidence from the country.

Alexei Navalny standing in front of a crowd: FILE PHOTO: Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny takes part in a rally to mark the 5th anniversary of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov's murder and to protest against proposed amendments to the country's constitution, in Moscow © Reuters/Shamil Zhumatov FILE PHOTO: Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny takes part in a rally to mark the 5th anniversary of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov's murder and to protest against proposed amendments to the country's constitution, in Moscow

Navalny, a prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin, was airlifted to Germany last month after collapsing on a flight from the Siberian city of Tomsk to Moscow.

Germany has concluded he was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent. Russia says it has seen no evidence of poisoning.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia was still facing difficulties in obtaining information from Germany.

(Reporting by Alexander Marrow, Maria Kiselyova and Dmitry Antonov; Editing by Andrew Osborn)

'You are good people:' Navalny thanks Russian pilots, medics .
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is in Germany recovering from what authorities there determined to be nerve agent poisoning, thanked Russian pilots and paramedics for acting quickly after he fell into a coma on a flight from Siberia. Navalny, who collapsed on a plane to Moscow on Aug. 20 and spent nearly three weeks in a coma, said in an Instagram post on Friday that pilots “quickly landed the plane in Omsk” and medical workers at the airport “jammed a dose of atropine" into him, immediately recognizing “a toxic poisoning.

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