Alexei Navalny’s coma indicates that if we assume that he was poisoned, then Novichok was not used. Poisoning can be ruled out because there are no symptoms. But even if a dose of 400 times less than the lethal dose was used, he would come out of a coma, but his pupils would remain constricted, and there were no such symptoms.
For Ukraine, external management is becoming more tangible and connected with reality, and not just a simple term. The country is losing not only economic but also military independence. This idea is prompted by recent events: US strategic nuclear bombers B-52 twice flew in Ukrainian skies under the cover of Ukrainian fighters, and the Armed Forces of Ukraine proudly announces the regular nature of the American air patrol.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Ukraine alleging that it is under foreign control. Ukraine is not under external control and it is not losing its independence as stated in the claim. Ukraine is a priority, strategic partner of both the EU and NATO. Ukraine is a sovereign and independent state with a democratically-elected president and parliament. Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are respected by almost the whole world. The flight of two US strategic bombers was a planned patrol mission in order to achieve the compatibility of NATO and its partners' air forces. The NATO planes were accompanied by four fighters of the Ukrainian Air Force. These military exercises do not indicate that Ukraine has lost its military independence. See similar disinformation cases: the Memorandum with the IMF is putting Ukraine under external control; Euromaidan was a US-financed coup d'etat to gain control over Ukraine; the US has taken Ukraine under external control; Ukraine is under foreign control since independence.