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World Navalny demands his clothes back from Russian authorities, says it's 'vital evidence'

13:10  07 october  2020
13:10  07 october  2020 Source:   cnn.com

Putin Tried to Poison Me, Says Alexei Navalny, as Kremlin Accuses Him of Working with CIA

  Putin Tried to Poison Me, Says Alexei Navalny, as Kremlin Accuses Him of Working with CIA The Russian opposition campaigner told Der Spiegel Vladimir Putin was behind his Novichok attack, which the Kremlin has dismissed.The anti-corruption campaigner spent 16 days in a coma after he fell ill on a flight on August 20. He had been transferred from a hospital in the Siberian city of Omsk to Charité hospital in Berlin. He is now recovering in the German capital.

Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny , who is currently recovering from a near-fatal suspected poisoning, has demanded that Russian authorities That is, the clothes I was wearing on the day of the poisoning, August 20. 30 days of 'pre-investigation check' were used to hide this vital piece of

Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny , who is currently recovering from a near-fatal suspected poisoning, has demanded that Russian authorities return the clothes he wore on the day he fell ill. In a statement released on Monday, Navalny said : “I’m interested in one thing now: my clothes .

Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny, who is currently recovering from a near-fatal suspected poisoning, has demanded that Russian authorities return the clothes he wore on the day he fell ill.

Alexei Navalny standing in front of a building: Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny posted a photo of himself standing on the stairs and said he is still unable to use his phone properly or pour himself a glass of water but there is a ìclear roadî ahead in his recovery process. © From Alexey Navalny/Instagram Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny posted a photo of himself standing on the stairs and said he is still unable to use his phone properly or pour himself a glass of water but there is a ìclear roadî ahead in his recovery process.

Navalny is currently being treated at Berlin's Charite Hospital, after becoming gravely unwell on a flight from the Siberian city of Tomsk to Moscow a month ago.

Putin's attempt to explain away the poisoning of Alexei Navalny to France failed badly and helped unite Europe against him, intelligence sources say

  Putin's attempt to explain away the poisoning of Alexei Navalny to France failed badly and helped unite Europe against him, intelligence sources say A French security official said that a phone call in which Vladimir Putin attempted to claim that Alexei Navalny poisoned himself was a disaster.According to French media, Putin spoke with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, last week about Navalny, who was poisoned with the novichok nerve agent in late August, and was evacuated to Europe for treatment.

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny says Russia sent him to Germany completely naked as he demands that his clothes be returned to him so they may be used as evidence of his poisoning with the Russian authorities say they've asked Germany to hand over Mr Navalny ' s medical data so it can be reviewed.

Navalny demands his clothes back from Russia , saying they are ' vital evidence '. " Navalny always thought that it ' s a matter of principle to work from Russia because, first of all, he is setting an example here, and secondly it ' s hard to be a politician from outside the country," said Lyubov Sobol

Last week, Navalny's aides said they had taken items from his Tomsk hotel room to Germany, where a lab later found traces of a nerve agent on one of the water bottles he apparently drank from. Navalny's colleague who collected the items in Tomsk, chief investigator Georgy Alburov, previously told CNN the water bottle was not necessarily the object used to poison the Kremlin critic, suggesting the substance could have been placed on a different object.

In a statement released on Monday, Navalny said: "I'm interested in one thing now: my clothes. That is, the clothes I was wearing on the day of the poisoning, August 20. 30 days of 'pre-investigation check' were used to hide this vital piece of evidence.

Navalny Poisoned Before Leaving Hotel in Siberia, Allies Say

  Navalny Poisoned Before Leaving Hotel in Siberia, Allies Say Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was poisoned before he left his hotel in the Siberian city of Tomsk to catch a flight to Moscow, his allies said on Instagram. © Bloomberg Alexey Navalny, Russian opposition leader, attends a hearing at the Simonovsky District Court in Moscow, Russia, on Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019. Navalny is serving 30 days in prison for urging supporters to join an unsanctioned protest last month. Navalny fell victim last month to what German doctors later identified as poisoning by the military nerve agent Novichok.

The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he believes Vladimir Putin ordered intelligence Navalny said he believed he was poisoned via a contaminated surface in his room at the hotel When my hands shake, it ’ s not from fear, it ’ s from this stuff. I would not give Putin the gift of not

" It was not a decision we had to think about - it was obvious and it was the only way we could act in that situation," she told BBC Russian . Mr Navalny , 44, had been heading back to Moscow, leaving members of his FBK anti-corruption foundation behind in the Tomsk hotel to finish working on a local

"Before they allowed me to go to Germany, they took all my clothes off and I was sent there completely naked. Taking into account the fact that Novichok was found on my body, and a contact method of poisoning is very likely, my clothes are very important material evidence."

The German government has said the Kremlin critic was poisoned with a chemical agent from the Soviet-era Novichok group, a conclusion supported by two other labs in France and Sweden. The Kremlin has strongly denied any involvement but multiple questions remain.

At the weekend, Navalny said he was still unable to use his phone properly or pour himself a glass of water, but is on a "clear road" towards recovering from his near-fatal poisoning.

He posted a picture of himself walking down a staircase on Saturday, writing that he is regaining his physical and mental capacity.

Navalny's Monday statement comes a month after the suspected poisoning and was timed to coincide with the expiration date of a preliminary probe into the incident, which did not result in a criminal investigation.

Navalny's spokesperson Kira Yarmysh said in a statement on Monday that the Russian government had turned a blind eye to the incident.

"30 days is the maximum period of the 'pre-investigation check' and it can't be extended," Yarmysh said. "Therefore, we can now say the Russian government has officially decided to ignore Navalny's poisoning."

The Kremlin previously said it was seeking to launch a criminal probe into the matter. Russian authorities said poisoning was one version of what may have happened to the opposition leader, but it "wasn't confirmed, as no toxic substances were found in the patient's blood in Omsk and in laboratories in Moscow."

EU issues travel ban and asset freeze for six Russians allegedly involved in Navalny poisoning .
The European Union announced sanctions on a group of top Russian officials who they claim had a hand in the poisoning of anti- Vladimir Putin dissident Alexei Navalny. © Provided by Washington Examiner In a statement released by the Council of the European Union, the multi-national group said it had levied travel restrictions and an asset freeze on six individuals and one entity connected to what they called an "assassination attempt" on Navalny. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

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