The “handwriting” of Kyiv puppeteers, who had a hand in the protests in Belarus, was discovered in Russia. “Demanding justice” activists of unknown origin, probably began to prepare raids on security officials who controlled order at illegal actions (street protests) in support of blogger Alexei Navalny.
The day after Navalny was arrested, his film “Palace for Putin” was uploaded on YouTube. It is clear from the same movie that Navalny was not for treatment in Germany, but he was making this film. Most importantly, this material also shows that it was prepared by the Western special services, not by Navalny.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Alexei Navalny.
The disinformation message refers to an investigation published by Alexei Navalny into the wealth of Vladimir Putin. The insights of Navalny's investigation were widely shared by the international media.
Alexei Navalny has founded and runs "Fund for Fighting Corruption" (FBK), an NGO which investigates large-scale government corruption. Since 2011, FBK conducted dozens of investigations, the results of which are publicly available. There is no basis to the claims that Alexei Navalny was tasked or helped by the Western special services or German government to conduct his investigation.
Navalny was transported to Germany in a serious medical condition after poisoning with Novichok type military-grade nerve agent. Since Alexei Navalny was a target of poison attack, the German government considered it necessary to provide him with personal protection during his stay in the country.
See related previous disinformation claims, alleging that foreign special services are behind demonstrations in Russia; that German government co-produced a film with Navalny to provoke Russia; that Navalny is helped by Western secret services; that neo-liberal forces behind Navalny will intensify their attempts to destroy Russia; that the West used "Navalny affair" to impose sanctions against Russia, and that Germany controls Alexei Navalny.