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For Navalny, the sky is open

The story with the poisoning of Alexei Navalny is a strange bundle of facts that leave a very bad taste in the mouth, politician Nikolai Starikov believes. The German press published a statement from Jaka Bizilj (the founder of the Cinema for Peace Foundation), which he made on Bild Live on Sunday night. Bizilj, who organized Navalny’s transportation from Omsk to Berlin for treatment, suggested that Alexei Navalny, the head of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, would survive the “possible poisonous attack.”
“From my point of view, the key question is whether he can maintain health and continue his activities,” he said. “If he survives, as we all hope, he will not be able to participate in political struggle for at least a month or two,” Bizilj added.
The sky is open for Navalny and no one else

Nikolai Starikov, political and public activist told Pravda.Ru that there is no reason to say that Navalny was poisoned. Russia doctors did not make such a diagnosis.”Therefore, this is wishful thinking at the moment,” said Nikolai Starikov.The politician found it difficult to answer the question of how the card with the “poisoning” of Navalny would be played.”Now it is not clear what game we are playing here. The very fact that a Russian citizen was taken out of Russia in a matter of hours after the conversation between the President of Finland and the President of Russia, was greeted at the military airport, and then accompanied by external surveillance by the FSB, which, in my opinion, is his security guards rather than persecutors – all this all creates such a strange story that leaves a bad taste in the mouth,” Nikolai Starikov noted.According to him, the man was flown out of Russia without any problems when there is no air communication between Russia and Germany due to the coronavirus pandemic.