Navalny case – France and Sweden confirm findings on poisons

In the case of Russian Kremlin critic Alexej Navalny, other specialist laboratories in France and Sweden have confirmed the findings. Accordingly, the opposition was poisoned.

In addition to the Bundeswehr laboratory, other laboratories have now confirmed that Russian opposition activist Alexej Navalny has been poisoned, according to the German government. Government spokesman Steffen Seibert announced in Berlin that they had asked other European partners, along with France and Sweden, to independently assess the German evidence based on new samples from Navalny.

“The results of this study by special laboratories in France and Sweden are now available and confirm the German evidence,” it continues. Despite ongoing investigations by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), three laboratories have now independently provided evidence of a nerve agent as the cause of Navalny’s poisoning. “We renew the call for Russia to explain itself to the events,” said the government spokesman.

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