Police confirm presence of deadly poison in Navalny's body

Source : 112 Ukraine

His condition has improved, but not stabilized
13:29, 21 August 2020

Police have confirmed that deadly poison was found in the body of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. While law enforcement officers do not know what kind of substance they poisoned Navalny. The headquarters of Navalny group in Omsk reports.

The police found the substance with which the oppositionist was poisoned and sent him for examination.

"It (the substance, - 112 International) is dangerous to the lives of others. Everyone who is near him needs special suits. Therefore, they refuse to give Alexey to her (Navalny's wife, - 112 International)," the headquarters says.

Navalny's wife believes that doctors do not allow transporting Alexei to Germany so that the poison in his body disappears.

According to Interfax-Siberia, Navalny's condition improved by the morning, but stability has not yet been achieved. Doctors say that today, August 21, a large consultation was held at the hospital with the participation of Moscow specialists.

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When asked whether the doctors would consult with German doctors where they want to transport Navalny, the chief physician noted that he did not consider his colleagues in Omsk less qualified than in Germany.

So far, doctors cannot make any predictions, since Navalny remains unconscious.

Soon, doctors reported that no poisons were found in the oppositionist's analyzes.

"Poisons and their traces of being in the blood and urine have not been identified," Anatoly Kalinichenko, head physician of the Omsk emergency hospital, said this.

As we reported before, In the morning on August 20, Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was urgently hospitalized

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