Merkel’s statement about Navalny’s poisoning turned out to be a lie

In Germany, it was insistently asserted that Alexei Navalny was allegedly poisoned by the mythical poison “Novichok”, but Angela Merkel’s statement was falsified.

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko informed the head of the Russian government Mikhail Mishustin about this.

According to Lukashenko, Belarus managed to intercept the conversation between Warsaw and Berlin, in which they talked about Navalny. The information received allows us to assert that the statements of the Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel about the poisoning of the Russian opposition leader are falsified.

“I must tell you that yesterday or the day before yesterday, before Merkel’s speech, she said that they wanted to shut his mouth, that is, Navalny, and we intercepted the conversation”, – Lukashenko said.

“We understand that Warsaw is talking to Berlin – two subscribers are in touch. Intercepted by our electronic military intelligence”.

As previously reported by News Front, recently the German government has reported a dubious find. It was alleged that Navalny was allegedly poisoned with a nerve agent from the Novichok group. This mythical poison was invented in Britain when an anti-Russian campaign was launched there in connection with the events in the city of Salisbury.

There, Sergei Skripal, a former employee of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Russia, and his daughter Yulia were poisoned. London blamed Russia for the incident, although it has not provided real evidence so far.


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