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The leader of the Russian opposition, Alexéi Navalni, poisoned on August 20 in Russia, has published on Instagram the first photo from the Berlin hospital where he is recovering. “Hello, this is Navalni”, the opposition leader has written next to the photograph in which he appears with his family in the hospital to which he was transferred to be treated .

“Yesterday I was able to breathe on my own all day,” the opposition leader also explained after being poisoned with a neurotoxic substance. Novichok, on August 20 in Siberia.

Alexei Navalni’s health condition continues to improve and the Russian opponent can now get out of bed, the Berlin hospital where he was admitted on August 22 announced on Monday. Days later, a German military laboratory concluded that the opposition leader was poisoned with the powerful nerve agent.

The Novichok has already been used against the former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in 2018 in England, according to British authorities. Created by the Soviets in the 1970s as chemical weapon, this agent is normally presented as a powder that can penetrate the pores of the skin or the respiratory tract.



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