The OPCW analyzed Navalny’s samples, but they do not want to disclose them

Specialists of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons examined the samples taken from Alexei Navalny.

This was reported by RIA Novosti, referring to the comment of the OPCW.

It is noteworthy that an organization affiliated with the United States, which has repeatedly questioned its own impartiality, does not intend to disclose the results of its own research. Instead, the materials will be handed over to Germany, which, accusing Russia of allegedly poisoning Navalny, refuses to provide evidence of its version of what happened.

“The results of the analysis of Navalny’s biomedical samples are being prepared and will be transferred to the German authorities,” the OPCW said.

As previously reported by News Front, on August 20, Navalny became ill during the flight, and therefore the plane was urgently landed in Omsk. He was taken to hospital, but later transported to Germany. On September 2, Berlin announced that Navalny was allegedly poisoned by the poison of the Novichok group. Although no evidence was presented, the Russian government was held accountable for the incident.

The expert community is confident that the accusations are politicized and connected with attempts to interfere with the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. This is confirmed by the position of many Western politicians who began to insist on including the project in the sanctions list, although this would cause economic damage to Europe.

In addition, the Navalny case has been repeatedly compared with the sensational case of the Skripals, when escaped ex-GRU colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in British Salisbury. Although the incident took place in the spring of 2018, London never provided evidence. It is noteworthy that Germany went the same way and refuses to publish the results of Navalny’s medical research.