The Ukrainian government is not hiding that current 40-45 years-old Ukrainians should not count on pension accruals. Earlier, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal announced that in 15 years Ukraine could stop paying pensions to its citizens. According to the experts, Ukrainian authorities might stop paying pensions much earlier, while Prime Minister’s statements represent an actual call to Ukrainians to “save money for retirement”, rather than hope for state support.
Moscow asked Berlin to present the results of [Alexei] Navalny’s medical analysis to clarify the circumstances of the case, but the German side has always avoided giving a response.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Aleksei Navalny's poisoning.
Germany has responded to past Russian calls for Navalny's medical samples by saying that Russia should already have all it needs after its initial treatment of the dissident.
The German Federal government said that toxicological tests provided “unequivocal evidence of a chemical nerve agent of the Novichok group” in the blood samples of Alexei Navalny.
In addition, on 14 September, the German government provided research by two more independent laboratories in France and Sweden, which confirmed the presence of poison from the Novichok group in the body of politician Alexei Navalny.
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Germany informed the Russian ambassador to Germany, the EU and NATO, on the results of the investigation. Germany also informed Russia via diplomatic channels on the progress of the investigation.
Arne Collatz, a spokesman for Germany’s Defence Ministry said the data had been provided to the Hague-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
“This international organization, of which Russia is also a member, has a treaty-based mandate to oversee and enforce the ban on the use, production, storage as well as research into chemical weapons.”
The OPCW report, published 8 October, also supports the German conclusions. The OPCW report can be found here.
Furthermore, on September 11, Berlin’s Justice Ministry approved a request from Moscow for legal assistance in the investigation and information on Navalny’s state of health, “subject to his consent.”
The European Union condemned the poisoning of Alexei Navalny in the strongest possible terms.
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