The Prosecutor General of Russia sent a request to Germany.
As you know, Russia wants to receive information from the German Ministry of Justice about the results of Navalny's tests and his preliminary diagnosis. The German Ministry has accepted the request for consideration.
On the morning of August 20, Alexei Navalny was returning to Moscow from Tomsk. During the flight, the politician became ill, and the plane made an emergency landing in Omsk. The Russian oppositionist was hospitalized in serious condition. The press service reported that he had toxic poisoning, and suggested that he could have been poisoned. On August 21, doctors at the Omsk hospital allowed Navalny to be transported to Germany.
Earlier, Der Spiegel wrote that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny could have been poisoned with the same poisonous substance as the Bulgarian businessman Emelyan Gebrev in 2015.