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In St. Petersburg, the deputies demand to check the facts from the investigation into the poisoning of Navalny

U.N. calls for investigation into apparent poisoning of Putin critic Alexei Navalny

In St. Petersburg, deputies demand to check the facts from the investigation into the poisoning of Navalny

Boris Vishnevsky, Maxim Reznik and Mikhail Amosov signed the statement

Three deputies of the legislative assembly of St. Petersburg sent a statement to the director of the FSB, Alexander Bortnikov, demanding to verify the facts from the investigation into the poisoning of Alexei Navalny. This was announced by the deputy Boris Vishnevsky.

The statement was signed by Vishnevsky himself, Maxim Reznik and Mikhail Amosov. The deputies demand to initiate a criminal case under the article on encroachment on the life of a state or public figure. The accused in the case, the deputies suggest, may be employees of the special group of the FSB, whom Navalny called the perpetrators of the poisoning.

Bellingcat, The Insider, CNN, and Der Spiegel released an investigation stating that Alexei Navalny was poisoned "Newbie" a special group of FSB officers who had been following him for several years. Navalny himself concluded that such an operation could not have been carried out without the approval of the head of the FSB Alexander Bortnikov and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Vladimir Putin and representatives of the FSB did not comment on the investigation in any way.In St. Petersburg, deputies demand to check the facts from the investigation into the poisoning of Navalny Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called frivolous publications about the possible involvement of the FSB in the poisoning of the politician.

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