According to the medical institution, his condition has improved, and now it is possible to stop providing emergency care. It is also noted that out of 32 days in the clinic Navalny spent 24 days in intensive care.
The French journalist pointed out the absurd oddity in the Navalny case.
Doctors treating the Russian citizen allowed his full recovery but also stated that it is impossible to judge the “remote consequences of severe poisoning” so far.
Further plans of the blogger
According to Navalny’s spokesperson Kira Yarmysh, the blogger will still remain in Germany for further treatment, which is not yet over.
Navalny himself wrote on Instagram that his recovery no longer requires hospital treatment. Now he is going to study daily with the physiotherapist, as well as possibly visit the rehabilitation center.
The blogger also noted that he plans to devote more time to social networks, as it was advised by his attending neuropsychologist.
Alexei Navalny’s condition deteriorated sharply on board a flight from Tomsk to Moscow on August 20. The plane immediately landed in Omsk, and the blogger was taken to the local emergency room. Doctors found him to have a metabolic disorder that caused a sharp drop in blood sugar levels. Omsk doctors did not reveal any poisonous substances or traces of them in Navalny’s blood and urine.
In Germany, they did not answer questions about Navalny’s whereabouts.
Later, the blogger was transferred to the Charite Clinic in Berlin. He stayed in a coma for three weeks, but on September 7, German doctors reported that the patient had recovered.
German authorities claim that Navalny was allegedly poisoned with a substance from the group of poisonous warfare agents “Beginner”. Moscow sent a request for more detailed information about the results of tests from the Berlin laboratory, but no response was given. Nevertheless, the prosecutor’s office and the police started inspections on the day Navalny was hospitalized.
Peskov praised the publication of French media about Putin’s conversation with Macrone.
At the same time, it is known that German intelligence has had access to the “Novichok” since the 1990s. In addition, it was studied by about 20 Western countries, including the UK, USA, Sweden, and the Czech Republic. Russia destroyed all available stock of such substances in 2017 under the control of the OPCW.