Kremlin dismisses poisoning cost

Moscow, August 25

The Kremlin on Tuesday rejected accusations of involvement in an alleged assault on Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny (in pic) who’s in a coma in a German hospital, a day after docs stated exams indicated that he was poisoned.

The politician’s allies say the Kremlin is behind the sickness of its most outstanding critic, with some demanding an investigation into whether or not Russian President Vladimir Putin was concerned.

“These accusations absolutely cannot be true and are rather an empty noise,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov instructed reporters. “We do not intend to take it seriously.” Peskov noticed no grounds for launching a legal investigation into Navalny’s situation, saying it may have been triggered by quite a lot of causes, and figuring out one ought to come first. — AP

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