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'Should have died on the plane': Navalny completely recovered, his security was strengthened

Spiegel said that Alexei Navalny can speak and probably remembers what happened on the plane. According to the newspaper, the German police have strengthened his security, writes TASS.

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The Berlin police have increased security at the Charite clinic, and Alexei Navalny, who is there, can already speak and, most likely, remembers the details of what happened on the plane before hospitalization. This was reported on Thursday, September 10, by Der Spiegel magazine, citing its own sources.

The police told TASS correspondent that the officers cannot disseminate information about security measures.

“We never give comments on this matter,” the law enforcement agencies clarified. The clinic did not comment on the situation either.

“We provide data on the health status of patients only after agreement with their loved ones,” they noted.

As a TASS correspondent was convinced, the situation near the main building of the Charite, where Navalny was taken at the end of August, is calm. There are two guards on duty at the entrance. A police car is parked in the distance, between the entrance and the emergency room.

The strengthening of security is due to the fact that Navalny will most likely be able to receive more visitors as his condition improves, the publication specifies. Associated with this is a potential threat to the patient's life, the article says.

As noted by DW citing Der Spiegel and Bellingcat, Navalny has regained the ability to speak and remembers various details before his poisoning and loss of consciousness on board the plane. The Insider points out, citing its sources, that the politician fully regained consciousness on September 8, after he was taken out of a medical coma. The patient's condition is better than expected, and he remembers the events leading up to the poisoning, including losing consciousness in the airplane toilet. The Insider also refers to the opinion of doctors that Navalny’s physical condition can recover by at least 90 percent, and he has already fully recovered mentally.

In turn, the press secretary of the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) Kira Yarmysh said that reports about Alexei Navalny’s condition are greatly exaggerated: “In connection with the latest materials about Alexey: that he regains consciousness and reacts to those around him, we reported on Monday, but basically the article is very much exaggerated and contains many factual inaccuracies.”

Navalny's ally Leonid Volkov told the Meduza Internet portal: "I would be glad if what Der Spiegel writes was true, but, unfortunately, this article contains a huge number of factual errors." Volkov did not provide any details.

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Navalny was poisoned with an advanced substance from the Novichok group

Navalny should have died on the plane, writes DW. He was poisoned with a “new and improved” version of the Novichok group chemical. The weekly Die Zeit reported this on Wednesday, September 9, citing informed sources.

There is no official confirmation of this information.

According to the publication, this chemical agent was not known to experts before the attack, but it is “more harmful and deadly than already known” substances represented in the Novichok family.

The chemical could be added to tea or applied to the surface of the cup

As the newspaper notes, traces of this substance were found on Navalny’s hands and on the neck of the water bottle from which he drank. The publication notes that this new version of Novichok is slower than previously known ones.

According to the German side, one of the agents of the Federal Security Service of Russia who followed Navalny, or an agent of one of the other Russian special services who specially arrived in Tomsk, added poison to the tea that Navalny drank at the airport, or applied it to the surface of the cup ...

In Berlin they believe that the politician should have died on board the plane flying to Moscow. The fact that he survived, according to German intelligence services, is explained “only by a coincidence of fortunate circumstances”: the quick reaction of the pilot who made an emergency landing of the airliner, and the doctors in Omsk, who injected Navalny with atropine.

Die Zeit: The operation could only be carried out by special services

Navalny's analyzes were studied in the Bundeswehr laboratory located at the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Munich (Bavaria). German experts believe that only the Russian special service could have carried out an operation using such a “deadly and complex poison.” Such a “two-component poison” could not be synthesized by ordinary criminals, since its creation requires a special laboratory, the publication writes.

The German side also considers the operation of foreign intelligence services against Navalny “unthinkable” given the fact that the Russian oppositionist was constantly kept under the control of the FSB.

“All this allows us to draw only one plausible conclusion: it was the Kremlin who gave the order to get rid of the unwanted critic,” Die Zeit summarizes.

“They wanted to silence him, and on behalf of the entire German government I condemn this in the strongest possible terms,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel previously noted.

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Navalny was brought out of a coma

The founder of the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), Alexei Navalny, fell ill on August 20 on board a plane flying from Tomsk to Moscow. The liner made an emergency landing in Omsk, where the politician was hospitalized. On August 22, at the request of Navalny's relatives, he was taken for treatment to Germany, to the Berlin clinic Charite. The politician was in a coma for 19 days.

On September 2, German government spokesman Steffen Seibert, and soon after German Chancellor Angela Merkel, made statements that Alexei Navalny was poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent from the Novichok group.

“A special laboratory of the Bundeswehr presented a clear result: Alexei Navalny was the victim of an assassination attempt using a chemical nerve agent of the Novichok family,” Merkel stated.

Moscow denies all accusations of involvement in the assassination attempt on Alexei Navalny. According to Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin “is not inclined to accept any accusations.”

“We are certainly interested in establishing the reasons for what happened to the Berlin patient,” he said on September 3.

As ForumDaily wrote earlier:

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