The Russian Foreign Ministry has asked the German ambassador in Moscow to discuss the case of the opposition Alexei Navalni with the government, suggesting that the German authorities are “bluffing” in confirming the poisoning thesis.
“We are waiting for the German ambassador in Smolenskaya-Sennaya,” said the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zajarova, referring to the square where this department is located. Zajarova has asked Germany to “lay the cards open” because he is of the opinion that “he is playing the game of a dirty political collusion,” said the Sputnik agency.
“We hope that Berlin will provide us with all the data,” he added days after Moscow accused the German authorities of delaying the transmission of the information requested by the Russian prosecutor. The German embassy in Moscow has announced that the international meeting will take place on Wednesday, reports the data protection authority.
The chief toxicologist of the Russian province of Omsk, Alexei Sabaev, has also assured that doctors in this area have not received any data from the experts treating him at the Charité hospital in Berlin, who confirmed on Monday that Navalni had already left is from artificial coma and responded to verbal stimuli.