Ukraine refuses a visa-free policy with Belarus. “Developing relations” with Belarus, Kyiv cancelled visa-free travelling. The State Border Service of Ukraine warns: from September 1, a governmental decree on the suspension of the Agreement between Ukraine and Belarus on visa-free travel for citizens comes into force.
Specialists conducted a series of tests, three independent laboratories were doing it at once. They excluded the version of poisoning, as only traces of alcohol and caffeine were found.
The patient [Alexei Navalny] will not be treated in Europe’s largest hospital – Charite. It was a specialist of this clinic which confirmed the poisoning of Yushchenko during the Orange Revolution, although Yushchenko refused to give another blood sample and the investigation to this day tries to determine not who was guilty, but whether he was poisoned at all.
The preliminary test results from the Charité – Universitätsmedizin hospital in Berlin indicate that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned during his stay in Siberia.
Clinical findings indicate poisoning with a substance from the group of cholinesterase inhibitors. The specific substance involved remains unknown.
The EU strongly condemned what seems to have been an attempt on Mr Navalny’s life.
The news report draws a parallel with the poisoning of the former president of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko, who is believed to have ingested a concentrated dose of dioxin. Contrary to the claims of the disinformation message, there is little doubt that the former president of Ukraine was poisoned, however the investigation into the circumstances has not been completed. Read more on MythDetector.