The Russian neo-liberal opposition has once again demonstrated that it is ready to use any dirty tricks and even use children for its own political purposes. The leaders of these pro-Western groups are in fact not associate themselves with the Russian state and the Russian nation and use populist and anti-government rhetoric just as a tool of serving interests of their foreign sponsors as well as increasing their own wealth.
Diagnosis – acute metabolic disorder in the presence of chronic pancreatitis. The reason is a violation of the diet. Navalny had alcohol in his urine. No poisons were detected in the body, using the equipment of the expert level made in the US. There was no toxicological injury either. Nevertheless, Navalny’s friends were talking about deliberate poisoning and attempted murder, and the family demanded to continue treatment at the Berlin clinic Charite.
German doctors refused contacts, and German law enforcement agencies responded to inquiries in an openly boorish way. In parallel, from the West, Moscow was demanded to open a criminal case on the poisoning, and the Kremlin was unfoundedly accused of poisoning.
We were told that the poison in the blood, even Novichok again, allegedly was found by military laboratories in Germany, France and Sweden. But when the samples were given to the OPCW, they did not find any poison. Found were only some traces, but such that these traces could be traces of detergents and traces of alcohol aged in oak.
Recurrent disinformation narrative about Alexey Navalny's poisoning.
The fact of Navalny's poisoning with a Novichok-type agent had been established during his stay at the Charite hospital. These findings were later independently corroborated by labs in France and Sweden, and finally confirmed by the OPCW (which Russia is also a member of).
Germany informed Russia via diplomatic channels on the progress of the investigation and 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.
Furthermore, the ongoing investigation shows in great detail how and by whom the attempt to assassinate Alexei Navalny was planned, performed – and why it failed. Key details of it were disclosed when Navalny, pretending to be a superior officer, called one of the FSB specialists involved in the attack, in which it became clear that the attack was organised by a Russian state structure, the FSB.
Previously, pro-Kremlin disinformation media advanced mutually exclusive versions of what happened with Navalny: from Navalny could have caused his coma himself to Navalny's assistant is suspect number one in the poisoning of Navalny.