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Foreign Ministry Calls OPCW Report on Navalny Part of Conspiracy Scenario
11.10.2020 13:31
Foreign Ministry Calls OPCW Report on Navalny Part of Conspiracy Scenario

The Russian Foreign Ministry called the report of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) on the presence of traces of poisoning in the biomaterials of Alexei Navalny as a planned continuation of the "fantastic story." According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, it was initiated "at the suggestion of Berlin by its Euro-Atlantic allies."

      "A fantastic story, in fact, initiated by Berlin by its Euro-Atlantic allies, together with the leadership of the technical secretariat of the OPCW, was continued according to a pre-planned conspiracy scenario," a statement on the website of the Russian department says.

      The statement says that Russia intends to  present a chronology of "behind-the-scenes manipulations of the main characters in this performance." The Russian Foreign Ministry also noted that the authorities of Germany, France and Sweden did not respond to inquiries from the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation addressed in accordance with the 1959 European Convention on Legal Assistance.

      Earlier, OPCW experts conducted a technical analysis of biomaterials and concluded that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned with a substance similar to chemical warfare agents. Recall that Mr. Navalny was in a coma from August 20 to September 7. At first he was in a hospital in Omsk, then he was sent to the Berlin clinic "Charite". Berlin claims that the oppositionist was poisoned with poison from the Novichok group. The Russian side denies the version of the poisoning. On October 5, the OPCW agreed to travel to Russia to conduct an investigation.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Alexei Navalny Russia International    

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