Anastasia Vasilyeva, the private doctor of the Russian rival Alexei Navalni, the head of the Medical Union of the Union of Doctors, Has been arrested, the number of protesters is unknown According to Agence France-Presse, since March 11 last year, Navani was imprisoned in protest in front of Pokrov (Russia) N2 criminal colony.
The Union of Doctors has called to gather in front of the prison, asking Navani to learn that the other party is On admission, she had fever and symptoms of respiratory disease.
A few hours ago, on the social network of the opposition leader, Going on a hunger strike since the 31st of the previous day In order to require qualified medical care for severe back pain, Navalni’s body temperature is reported to be 38.1 degrees, accompanied by a severe cough.
The Kremlin declined to comment on the intelligence that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was transferred to prison to serve two and a half years, but he promised You will not be deprived of the right to receive treatment If it is confirmed that he is sick.
“If it’s really a disease, Will ensure proper treatment,” Dmitri Peskov, spokesman for the Russian Presidential Palace, said at a daily press conference.
Peskov stated that it is impossible to talk about “creating special conditions for certain prisoners,” but added that “standards have been established, including those for the treatment of the sick.”
Navani is 44 years old and has been in the second prison in the Vladimir region about 100 kilometers east of Moscow since March 11. “Concentration camp”.
The opponent was sentenced to three and a half years imprisonment for an old case of fraud and money laundering, but he will only serve two and a half years because he was under house arrest for ten months and the time of imprisonment since he started on January 17th. Since Germany was arrested after returning, preventive measures have been taken.
Navalvi is classified by the prison system as an “easy escape prisoner”, Wake up every night and every hour to checkThis is a measure condemned by human rights defenders as torture. The Kremlin has rejected these complaints and defended the methods necessary to “maintain order and discipline” in prison.
Navalni’s beliefs, He was about to die when he was poisoned last August At the end of January, he went to Siberia with poisonous substances for military purposes, causing large-scale protests across the country, and thousands of people were arrested. The opposition leader accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of ordering the assassination of the Federal Security Service (FSB, former KGB).