The Guardian puts forward questionable version of Navalny’s poisoning

The British newspaper The Guardian was not lost for a long time in conjectures about those responsible for the “poisoning” of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, accusing the “internal spy of the FSB” of all sins.

According to the author of the article, this version of events is based on information from sources from the British, German and French special services, however, he separately emphasizes that these data are difficult to verify.

“Two sources say the poisoning was undertaken by a second service of the FSB, namely the Service for the Protection of the Constitutional Order and the Fight against Terrorism of the agency, on behalf of the Kremlin. They suggest that the operation was not conceived to kill Navalny, but to send him an unequivocal warning and force him to leave Russia. The FSB is in charge of a wide range of poisons, many of which are unknown. If it wanted to kill Navalny, it could have done it”, – according to The Guardian.

It is noteworthy that the fact that Russia destroyed all stocks of Novichok and similar means in accordance with the protocols of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons back in 2017 was “tactfully” silent in the British edition.