British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said he had summoned the Russian ambassador to express concern over the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Raab announced this on his Twitter page.
"Today the UK summoned Russia’s Ambassador to the UK to register deep concern about the poisoning of Alexey @Navalny. It’s completely unacceptable that a banned chemical weapon has been used and Russia must hold a full, transparent investigation. Relieved to hear that Alexei Navalny has been taken out of the medically induced coma. I hope his condition continues to improve," Raab wrote.
As we reported before, the state of health of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is being treated in a German clinic, has improved, as the press service of the Charite clinic reports.
"The patient's artificial coma, supported by drugs, has stopped. The patient is gradually being disconnected from the ventilator. He reacts to what is being said to him," the message says.
Earlier, the Russian authorities believe that the condition of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny could have deteriorated due to pancreatitis. The country’s Interior Ministry is ready to check the versions of German doctors about Navalny's poisoning.