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Alexei Navalny was discharged from the Berlin clinic

Alexei Navalny discharged from Berlin hospital after poisoning

Russian opposition politician has been treated at a clinic in Germany since August 22

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was discharged from the Berlin Charite hospital on September 22. This is stated in a message on the clinic’s website..

“The patient’s condition improved so much that he was discharged from the hospital. Alexey Navalny was treated in "Share" 32 days, of which 24 days he was in intensive care. Based on the patient’s current condition, the attending physicians believe that his complete recovery is possible..Alexei Navalny was discharged from the Berlin clinic It will be possible to judge about any long-term consequences of severe poisoning later. “A public announcement about Navalny’s health condition was drawn up in agreement with him and his wife, according to a statement on the clinic’s website.

Alexey Navalny was hospitalized with symptoms of poisoning on August 20 in Omsk – he felt sick on board the Tomsk-Moscow plane. On August 22, he was taken to the Charite clinic in Berlin. The politician spent more than two weeks in a coma.

The fact that Navalny was poisoned with a substance from the Novichok family was reported by the German authorities, citing the results of analyzes in the Bundeswehr laboratory, which were later confirmed in laboratories in France and Sweden. The circumstances of the poisoning are still unknown. The German edition of Der Spiegel reported that traces of the poison were found, including on the bottle from which Navalny drank. Her associates Navalny was taken from the hotel room where the politician was staying in Tomsk.

Companions of the oppositionist immediately after his hospitalization demanded to initiate criminal cases under articles on encroachment on the life of a public figure and terrorism. The United States and the European Union called on Russia to investigate the assassination attempt. The Russian authorities argue that there is no reason to open a criminal case. They doubt that Navalny was poisoned, claiming that no poison was found in the tests taken from him in Russia..

The day before, the French newspaper Le Monde reported, citing sources, that in a telephone conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron on September 14, Vladimir Putin admitted that Navalny himself could have taken the poison for an unknown reason..

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