The environment of the Russian opponent Alexei Navalny has claimed that a German laboratory has found traces of a nerve agent in the water bottles located in your hotel room in the Siberian city of Tomsk, from where he left for Moscow before feeling ill in flight on 20 August.
The Navalni team has used the account in Instagram of the politician to publish the video of an alleged search made of the room shortly after he fell ill, with a view to gathering evidence in case of future investigation.
The video marks several bottles of water located in the room and that would have been delivered then to a German laboratory, which would have detected traces of a Novichok-type nerve agent, to which German experts have attributed the sudden deterioration of Navalni’s health.
The Navalni environment now raises the hypothesis that the poisoning occurred in the hotel itself and not at the airport before boarding, as he came to sign up at first.
An independent analysis
The German Government, which has already assumed that Navalni was poisoned and has asked the Russian authorities for explanations, has requested intervention in the case of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which has confirmed “technical assistance” to clarify the “alleged poisoning”.
A team of experts has collected samples from Navalni to perform an independent analysis and the result of which is still unknown. According to Berlin, a French and a Swedish laboratory have also verified with their own tests that the Russian opponent was intoxicated with a nerve agent.
Naval, entertaining, continues to improve at the Charité hospital in the German capital, until the one who was transferred on August 22. After waking up last week from an induced coma, the activist is already getting out of bed and this week he shared his first image in the center to give an account of his progressive recovery.