German docs given entry to Putin critic


Moscow, August 21

The household and allies of comatose Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny, who has been in a coma for a day, had been preventing on Friday to get him flown to a prime German medical facility from a Siberian hospital however native docs refused to authorise the switch.

After a lot wrangling, German docs had been allowed entry to him, an affiliate stated. Navalny, a 44-year-old politician who’s considered one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s fiercest critics, was admitted to an intensive care unit in a coma in Omsk on Thursday, following what his supporters are calling a suspected poisoning.

A aircraft with German specialists landed on the Omsk airport on Friday morning, ready to take Navalny to a prime clinic in Berlin. But docs on the hospital stated his situation was too unstable to move him. — AP

‘No sign of poisoning’

Moscow: Russian docs treating opposition politician Alexei Navalny say they have not discovered any indication that the Kremlin critic was poisoned.  — AP



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