Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny posted a photo of himself walking on stairs and talked about his recovery from poisoning last month.
The most high-profile opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Navalny, was recovering in a German hospital after he became ill on a flight to the Siberian city on August 20. He and he ‘S team is conducting a corruption investigation in the city.
At the insistence of his family, Navalny was flown to Berlin, where the German government said he was poisoned by a military nerve agent.
German government spokesman Steffen Seibert (Steffen Seibert) said Monday that French and Swedish laboratories have independently confirmed the initial findings.
The Kremlin has stated that they have not yet seen the results of the German investigation and insisted that there is no definitive evidence that Navalny was poisoned.
During treatment with the antidote, Navalny remained unconscious for more than a week. He said in an Instagram post on Saturday that once he was unconscious, he would be confused and unable to find a word to answer the doctor’s question.
“Although I understand the doctor’s requirements in general, I don’t know where to get this information. Where do they appear on the head?” Navalny wrote in the post and attached him on the stairs Photo. “I don’t know how to express my despair, so I stay silent.”
“Now I am a man, his legs are shaking when he goes up the stairs, but he thinks:’Oh, this is a staircase! They are up. Maybe we should go to the elevator,” Navani said. “Before that, I will stand there and stare.”
He said that the doctor who treated him “transformed me from a’technically alive person’ into a person who has the opportunity to become the highest form of modern society again-a person who can quickly browse Instagram without hesitation knows that Where”,” he wrote.