The coffee shop at the Tomsk airport, where opposition politician Alexei Navalny was drinking tea on August 20 before his flight to Moscow, has started to work as usual, the press service of the air harbor informs.
“After the organizational events, the coffee shop works as usual,” said a press officer.
The oppositionist felt bad on August 20 when he flew from Tomsk to Moscow. Shortly before departure, he drank tea in a coffee shop at the Tomsk airport. The plane was forced to land in Omsk, and Navalny was taken to the intensive care unit of the Omsk hospital. On the morning of August 22, he was transported to Germany for treatment and hospitalized at the Berlin University Hospital Charite, where traces of poisoning with substances from a group of cholinesterase inhibitors were revealed.
The Russian authorities say that it is still premature to talk about final conclusions about the causes of Navalny’s coma.