The Russian Federal Prison Service will one day ask the Kremlin’s top critic Alexei Navalny to report to his office or face imprisonment
MOSCOW-On Monday, the Russian Federal Prison Service reported to the Kremlin̵
The Federal Prison Service issued a statement on Monday that an article published by a doctor at a Berlin charity hospital was published in the medical journal The Lancet, indicating that Navani has fully recovered.
The prison department requested Navalny to report to his office under the terms of his sentence of 3 1/2 years probation for his conviction in 2014. The statement said that if he missed the deadline, he could be imprisoned.
Navy lawyer Vadim Kobzev said on Twitter that the agency told the politician to show up in his office on Tuesday morning. Navani had previously stated that he planned to return to Russia after he had fully recovered, but he was stubborn at this request. He said that the Federal Prison Service’s reference to the article in The Lancet was equivalent to the government accepting his poison.
He wrote on Twitter: “This means that the country has officially recognized poisoning. So where is the criminal case?”
The Russian authorities insisted that the doctor who treated Navalny in Siberia before Navalny was airlifted to Germany did not find any signs of poisoning, and challenged German officials to provide evidence of his poisoning. They refused to conduct a full criminal investigation for lack of evidence of Navalny’s poisoning.
After the EU Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons contacted Navani, the European Union imposed sanctions on six Russian officials and a national research institution. Russia has imposed sanctions on EU officials.
Last week, Navalny released a recording of a phone call in which he said he called a man who was allegedly a member of the Federal Security Bureau (FSB) officer, who was allegedly poisoned in August and then tried to cover it up. up.
Navalny called a few hours before the Bellingcat investigation team released the report, which stated that FSB agents trained in chemical weapons followed him for many years and were close to him at the time of the poisoning.
During the phone call, Navalny introduced his identity as a security officer, and induced his interlocutors to share details of the alleged poisoning operation, and admitted that he was involved in the “processing” of Navalny underwear, so there was “no trace” of the poison .
The FSB dismissed Navalny’s release of recordings as fake.