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Berlin: Russian opponent Navalny poisoned with "Novichok group nerve agent"
08 September 2020United Nations top human rights official today called on Russia to conduct or cooperate with a fully independent investigation into Germany's "unambiguous" findings that Kremlin opponent Alexei Navalny was poisoned with the agent nervino Novichok. "The number of cases of poisoning, or other forms of targeted murder, of current or former Russian citizens, both within Russia itself and on foreign soil, over the past two decades is deeply disturbing," he said in a statement Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
His spokesman Rupert Colville said at a Geneva press conference that proper legal trials were not carried out in previous incidents, resulting in "near total impunity" in Russia. Kremlin critic Navalny was brought out of a drug coma, he said. said the Charite hospital in Berlin yesterday.
The hospital, which has treated Navalny since he was flown to Germany after falling ill on a Russian domestic flight last month, said his condition has improved.