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Russian doctors fail to confirm Navalny's poisoning with Novichok

Source : 112 Ukraine

The final diagnosis was made taking into account the results of repeated chemical and toxicological studies
17:46, 6 November 2020

Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny
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Russian doctors did not confirm the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny but instead established the main diagnosis - pancreatitis. The press service of management on transport of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in the Siberian federal district informed about, Interfax reports.

"The final diagnosis was made by doctors taking into account the results of repeated chemical and toxicological studies: impaired carbohydrate metabolism (basic); chronic pancreatitis with impaired external and intrasecretory function, exacerbation (concomitant)," the statement said.

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs also stated that Navalny's wife had informed the medical staff that her husband had previously limited his eating process.

As we reported earlier, on August 20, Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was urgently hospitalized during his return to Moscow from Tomsk. He felt bad during the flight and the plane was urgently landed in Omsk. Alexei Navalny was put on a ventilator. Later, the doctors reported that Navalny was not poisoned. The head physician claimed that his metabolism has been impaired. 

On September 2, a special laboratory of the Bundeswehr has conducted a toxicological test using samples from Alexei Navalny and came to the conclusion that the Russian politician was poisoned with a substance of neuro-paralytic agent from the Novichok group.

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