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Russia denies Germany's statement on the transfer of materials on Navalny to the OPCW

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Russia denies Germany's statement on the transfer of materials on Navalny to the OPCW

Alexey Navalny

The Permanent Mission of Russia to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) denied Germany's statement about the transfer of materials on Alexei Navalny to this organization. TASS reports.

The Russian permanent mission claims that the statements of German officials are not true. It is noted that the organization received nothing from the German side on September 9 or 10. The only document transmitted was a letter from the State Secretary of the German Foreign Ministry, Miguel Berger, dated September 3.

The Permanent Mission added that they are ready to cooperate to clarify all the circumstances of the case through the exchange of information and consultations.

Alexei Navalny became ill on the morning of August 20 during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow, the plane urgently landed in Omsk. On August 22, the oppositionist was taken to a Berlin clinic. The German authorities announced the poisoning of a Russian citizen with the poison of the Novichok group. Russian doctors claim that the tests did not show the presence of any poisons in Navalny's body. The head physician of the Omsk ambulance hospital No. 1, Alexander Murakhovsky, claimed that the patient had a carbohydrate balance disorder.

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