Russian opposition spokeswoman Alexei Navalni has validated a recent article reporting that the critic was under close surveillance before falling into a coma this week for poisoning a metabolic failure, according to doctors, according to Russians who visited him.
“The level of surveillance doesn’t surprise me at all, we already knew that,” said Navalni spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh. “But it is amazing that they did not hesitate to tell everyone,” he added in response to information published by the Moscow tabloid ‘Moskovsky Komsomolets’ and the movements of Navalni in the days before his serious illness and describe his entry to eat on Thursday.
Citing unidentified security officials who admitted to following Navalni, the report details where the enemy and his team went, who they spoke to and what they ate while traveling through Siberia.
Navalni, who is still fighting for his life, fell ill on Thursday on a flight to Moscow and flew to Germany on Saturday for emergency treatment at Berlin’s Charité.