Russia allowed leader of opposition to refer to Germany
Russia allowed leader of opposition to refer to Germany

Moscow: Russian doctors have allowed opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is struggling between life and death, to be taken to Germany for treatment. It is being speculated to poison the opposition leader who has gone into a coma. A senior physician gave this information on Friday. For more than 24 hours, the decision changed after the controversy over Alexei Navalny's condition and treatment.

Before which the doctors had told that at this time, sending them to another place is becoming harmful. The 44-year-old politician Navalny is a corruption investigator and is one of the blasphemers of President Vladimir Putin. He has been admitted to the intensive care unit in Omsk region of Siberia on Thursday. His supporters say that he was poisoned and behind which the Kremlin has his hand. His family and supporters are required to take him to the German medical clinic.

After the arrival of German experts and advanced equipment in Omsk, the Physician also told that they could not be taken, because their situation is very unstable. Navalni's supporters condemned the delay in sending them to Germany, saying that the officials knew that no poison could be found in their system after a long time. A senior doctor in Omsk told that his team does not believe that an attempt has been made to kill him by poisoning him.

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