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Russia condemns flimsiness on Navalny poisoning report

Russia condemns flimsiness on Navalny poisoning report

Moscow, Jul 11 (Prensa Latina) Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson María Zajárova condemned the flimsiness of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) report on alleged poisoning of oppositor Alexei Navalny, the local press reported.
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According to the document, on August 20, 2020, the OPCW sent, ‘at the request of Germany’, a team to provide technical assistance ‘in relation to alleged poisoning of a Russian citizen’, Russia Today (RT) TV channel aired.

Zajárova warned on Telegram that OPCW´s trip matched with the day Navalny suddenly started feeling off color during a Tomsk-Omsk flight.

She drew attention to the time required to get all the documents, permits and confirmations for the OPCW to be able to conduct this sort of mission.

‘Bearing in mind that the OPCW team was sent on August 20, such a request should have arrived before this date. In other words, even before Navalny left the hotel’, the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

Zajárova said that, ‘knowing the bureaucracy’ of Germany and the organization (OPCW), ‘this can only be imagined in one case: that everything had been organized beforehand’, she pointed out.

Faced with such a situation, Zajárova stressed that the permanent representative of Germany to OPCW suggested there was a ‘typographical error’ in the document. ‘Will they continue to try to convince us of this lie? Zajárova said.

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