German government: “most likely” Navalny was poisoned

The German authorities believe that Alexei Navalny’s policy was “most likely” poisoned. This was stated by the official representative of Angela Merkel Steffen Seibert, his words were reported by Reuters.
For this reason, the politician needs personal protection. “We are dealing with a patient who was most likely poisoned,” Steffen said.
Earlier on August 24, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that Germany needed more information (medical and probably criminological) about Navalny’s case before saying that he was indeed poisoned.
On August 22, Navalny was transported from the Omsk hospital to the Berlin “Charite”.
On August 20, he became ill during the flight from Tomsk to Moscow. The plane urgently landed in Omsk, where Navalny was hospitalized in a local hospital. He fell into a coma. Before transportation, doctors assessed his condition as serious and stable.

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