The General Prosecutor’s Office of Russia became interested in Navalny


Alexei Navalny, who has been used by Germany for new accusations against Russia, will be contacted by the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office.

According to the Russia Today TV channel, the interview is planned to take place in Berlin. Investigators want to establish the details of Navalny’s business trip to Novosibirsk and Tomsk as part of the verification of the version with the poisoning of the opposition leader.

In particular, the Prosecutor General’s Office intends to find out who planned the business trip and accompanied Navalny on the trip from his departure from Moscow to hospitalization in Omsk. The department is also interested in why the politician was changing rooms in a Tomsk hotel.

At the moment, the request has been forwarded to the German Ministry of Justice.

As News Front reported earlier, on 20 August Navalny felt bad during the flight and the plane was landed in Omsk as a matter of urgency. He was taken to hospital, but was later transported to Germany. On 2 September in Berlin, it was reported that Navalny had been allegedly poisoned with the poison of the “Beginner” group. Although no evidence was provided, the Russian government was responsible for what happened.

The expert community is confident that the allegations are politicized and linked to attempts to prevent the construction of the Nord Stream-2 pipeline. This also confirms the position of many Western politicians who insisted that the project be included in the sanctions list, although this would cause economic damage to Europe.

Moreover, the case of Navalny was repeatedly compared with the notorious Skripalje case, when former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in Salisbury, Great Britain. Although the incident took place in the spring of 2018, London never presented any evidence. It is noteworthy that Germany took the same path and refused to make public the results of Navalny’s medical research.


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