In an OPCW draft report, the attention of Russian experts was drawn to paragraph 1.41, which says: "At the request of Germany, on 20 August 2020 the Secretariat deployed a team to perform a technical assistance visit (TAV) in relation to the suspected poisoning of a Russian citizen."
Navalny flew from Tomsk to Moscow on the morning of August 20. After the plane took off, the crew urgently landed the plane in Omsk after Navalny felt ill, and he was taken unconscious in an ambulance. All that day, paramedics worked on reviving him. But the German authorities asked the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons for help before Navalny was poisoned?
Can you imagine how long it takes to prepare a request from a country to the OPCW to assist in the investigation of chemical weapons poisoning cases? Germany must have what will allow it to draw preliminary conclusions to contact the OPCW. Given that the organization sent the team on August 20, this means that the request arrived earlier, that is, before Navalny left the hotel for the airport. With knowledge of the German bureaucracy and the bureaucracy of the OPCW, it can only be imagined that everything was prepared in advance.