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'Hello, this is Navalny': the politician published the first photo after the poisoning

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, whose condition is improving, posted a photo on Instagram for the first time since the poisoning. The New York Times writes that he intends to return to Russia. The Kremlin says they do not monitor the politician's health. The head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service insists that they could not have poisoned him in Russia, writes Air force.

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First photo from the clinic

Alexei Navalny's Instagram posted his first photo after he fell into a coma on August 20 and was later taken to the Charité clinic in Berlin. The day before, a German clinic reported that the oppositionist’s health had improved, he could get out of bed and was disconnected from the ventilator.

In the photo with Navalny are his wife Yulia and their children.

“Hi, this is Navalny. I miss you. I still can’t do almost anything, but yesterday I was able to breathe on my own all day. Actually myself. I didn’t use any outside help, not even a simple valve in my throat. I really liked it. An amazing, underestimated process by many. I recommend it,” wrote Navalny.

Photo: instagram.com/navalny

On Monday, September 14, the German government announced that the presence of poison from the Novichok group in Navalny’s body was confirmed by studies from independent laboratories in France and Sweden. German authorities again called on Russia to explain what happened to the oppositionist.

As correspondents of the BBC Russian Service report from Berlin, the Charité hospital, where Alexei Navalny now lies, remains under guard. There is a police bus on duty here all the time.

At the entrance to the building there are police in full uniform and with weapons, as well as private security guards in reflective vests.

NYT: Navalny intends to return to Russia

Navalny said that he would not stay in Germany and intends to continue his work in Russia, writes the New York Times, citing an anonymous representative of the German security forces.

Navalny's press secretary Kira Yarmysh confirmed this.

Photo: twitter.com/Kira_Yarmysh

According to the newspaper, Navalny met with a representative of the German prosecutor's office. During this conversation, he confirmed his desire to return to Russia and rejected the offer of the Russian authorities to jointly investigate what happened to him.

Germany is considering various options for sanctions in connection with the poisoning of Navalny, including a ban on entry and freezing of banking assets of individuals. Berlin counts on the support of the EU countries.

Kremlin: Putin will not meet with Navalny

The Kremlin will welcome Navalny's return to Russia, but neither Putin nor the presidential administration are planning to meet with him. So the New York Times article was commented by the press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov.

“And if some negative consequences are eliminated from the point of view of health, already corrected by Berlin doctors, of course, everyone will be only happy,” Peskov said.

When asked whether the Kremlin monitors Navalny's health, he answered negatively.

“No, unfortunately, we do not have the ability to monitor changes in Navalny’s condition. We don’t have such an opportunity,” Peskov said.

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In the same vein, he answered the question about the possibility of Navalny's meeting with Putin or representatives of the Kremlin after his return.

The president's press secretary said: "We see no reason for such a meeting, we do not see the need for such a meeting, so I am convinced that such a meeting will not happen."

Since Navalny was hospitalized, Peskov publicly referred to him by his last name for the first time - until now he had referred to him as a Berlin patient and a Russian citizen.

The version of the head of the SVR: Navalny flew out of Russia without poisoning

All Novichok reserves in Russia have been destroyed, said the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Naryshkin. He also said that Navalny’s body allegedly did not contain toxic substances at the time of departure from the country, TASS reports.

“The fact is that at the time when Alexey Navalny flew out of the territory of the Russian Federation, his body did not contain any toxic sending substances. In this regard, we, of course, have many questions for the German side,” Naryshkin said.

The day before, it became known that the German version of Navalny’s poisoning with Novichok was supported by experts from France and Sweden, and French President Emmanuel Macron even personally informed Russian President Vladimir Putin of his confidence in the poisoning of Navalny with Novichok.

As ForumDaily wrote earlier:

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