Germany provided extremely unconvincing evidence of the Alexei Navalny poisoning – it seems to be a provocation.
The “evidence” that Germany has published in the media about the Navalny case is extremely unconvincing. And there was and is no evidence. It is supposedly declared secret. At the same time, the countries of the West decidedly refrain from cooperating with Russia.
I would like to point out once again to our German colleagues that the evidence (on the Navalny case) which they published in the media and did not show us, was extremely unconvincing. We cannot initiate criminal proceedings in Russia without evidence. Maybe it is the common practice in Germany, but not common in Russia. In order to have a conversation about this case, we need the cooperation of our German and European friends. Otherwise nothing will happen and everyone will clearly understand that it is only provocation. At least that is how it seems at the moment.”
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Alexei Navalny's poisoning.
Germany 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.