Opposition leader hospitalized in Russia, tried to kill by giving poison in tea
Opposition leader hospitalized in Russia, tried to kill by giving poison in tea

Moscow: The leader of the opposition in Russia has been admitted to the hospital. An attempt to kill him by poisoning him is feared. Leader of the opposition Alexei Navalny in Russia has been admitted to the hospital in Siberia on Thursday. A spokeswoman for Alexei Navalny, who is present at the hospital in Siberia, has issued information about poisoning. His plane has been made an emergency landing at the hospital in Siberia.

According to the information received, the condition of the Leader of the Opposition in Russia is critical in the hospital in Siberia. He is in a very critical condition. Navalani spokeswoman Kira Yarmish said that 44-year-old Navalani is currently unconscious and under intensive medical care. Spokesperson Kim Yarmish said Navalni was suddenly unwell on a flight back to Moscow from the Siberian city of Tomsk. After which the emergency landing of his aircraft had to be done. Kira Yarmish wrote on social media like Twitter and Telegram, after the plane landed in Omsk, Navalni was taken to the hospital due to suspected poisoning. He further said that we feared that something had been added to Alexi Navalni's tea.

It is known that Alexei Navalny, also a lawyer and anti-corruption activist, has in recent years issued several indications for organizing the anti-Kremlin war in prison. The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Russia's arrest and detention of Navalny in 2012 and 2014 was politically motivated and her human rights violated, a ruling Moscow described as suspicious. Regional elections are held in Russia in the coming months and Navalny and his colleagues are preparing for those who are trying to increase support for the candidates.

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