Alexei Navalny thanked the pilots of the plane in which he flew from Tomsk

Alexei Navalny thanked the pilots of the plane in which he flew from Tomsk

Alexei Navalny thanked the pilots of the plane in which he flew from Tomsk
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Alexei Navalny thanked the pilots of the plane in which he flew from Tomsk, and the staff of the medical service of the Omsk airport for their professional actions at the moment when he became ill on board and after an emergency landing.

He wrote about this on his Facebook, stressing that after he felt bad and lost consciousness, a chain of happy accidents began, in which good people participated.

According to him, the pilots urgently landed the plane in Omsk, despite the alleged threat of mining at the airport, and medical workers, in particular, resuscitators, "immediately said clearly:" this is poisoning, "and gave me a dose of atropine."

Navalny noted that the coordinated actions of the pilots and doctors gave him an additional 15-20 hours of life, stressing that they deliberately tried to poison him.

Meanwhile, as reported by "Interfax", the representative of the German Foreign Ministry Maria Adebar informed the world community that the Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons received a Russian note on the situation with Navalny and will respond to it in due time.

At the same time, a representative of the German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection told reporters that Moscow's second request on Navalny would be sent for consideration to the Berlin Justice Department.

In turn, the director of the first European department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Alexei Paramonov, said that the Russian Federation considers it absurd to accuse Moscow of poisoning Navalny.

Navalny fell into a coma on August 20 and was urgently hospitalized in a hospital in Omsk, from where on August 22 he was transferred by a special plane to the Berlin clinic Charité.

On September 2, the German government, citing Bundeswehr doctors, announced that Navalny had been poisoned with a substance from the Novichok group.