The Interior Ministry is ready to check the versions of German doctors in the “Navalny case”

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The Siberian Transport Police expressed their readiness to provide legal assistance to German law enforcement agencies in the investigation of the situation with blogger Alexei Navalny. This was announced on September 6 by the head of the Transport Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Siberian Federal District, Sergei Potapov.

He noted that the Russian department sent a corresponding request to the competent authorities of Germany, but there was no response from the German colleagues.

“In case of receipt of the requested information, we are ready to check these data in detail,” Potapov said on the air of the Russia-1 TV channel.

Earlier that day, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that Russia’s request for information on the “Navalny case” had long been satisfied and agreed upon.

On September 4, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov emphasized Russia’s open position on the “Navalny case.” According to him, Moscow has nothing to hide, while Germany stubbornly ignores official requests, including from the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation and doctors, for the provision of data, on the basis of which loud statements were made about the “poisoning” of the blogger.

Navalny felt unwell during the Tomsk-Moscow flight on 20 August. The plane landed in Omsk and the patient was taken to the emergency hospital No. 1. He was transported to the Charite clinic in Berlin on 22 August. The patient is in an artificial coma.

The German clinic said that they found the blogger signs of intoxication with a substance from the group of cholinesterase inhibitors. However, Omsk doctors did not reveal any intoxication with this substance during Navalny’s examination.

The German authorities said on September 2 that a special laboratory of the Bundeswehr allegedly found in the samples of the Russian “unequivocal evidence” of the chemical substance of the nerve agent of the “Novichok” group. No evidence was attached to the statement of the FRG authorities.

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