Bad performance with amateur directors. On November 6, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on the alleged poisoning of blogger Navalny. The ministry stressed that they consider the position of a number of European countries to be strange: Russia is required to take decisive action in the investigation of the incident, they say they have valuable information, but they do not cooperate. And this is despite the fact that Russia has made many requests to provide, at least partially, the very data about the incident. The Prosecutor General's Office reported that they had received an answer from their German colleagues to their request, but it was not in essence. The German town of Ibach on the border with Switzerland is now an area of special attention for intelligence officers. Here, in the most expensive guest house near the local mayor's office, after alleged poisoning and subsequent treatment, Alexei Navalny is being rehabilitated. Apparently, he is carefully guarded. There are more than a dozen police cars nearby. People in bulletproof vests come out of the administrative building, all the agents of the special services have a headset in their ears. Curious journalists are asked to leave quickly. According to some reports, all the expenses for the protection and accommodation of the distinguished guest fell on the shoulders of local taxpayers, which naturally causes bewilderment among people. The Prosecutor General's Office of Russia sent four requests for legal assistance to the competent authorities of Germany in order to clarify the situation with the mysterious hospitalization and the miraculous recovery of the Russian guest. But there are still no substantive answers. "On October 30, the competent authorities of the Federal Republic of Germany received a response containing requests for additional information on the ongoing investigation. At the same time, no substantive explanation has been given to any of the questions raised earlier by the Russian side. Based on the nature of this response, it can be stated that up to now time our requests remain unfulfilled, "- said the official representative of the Prosecutor General's Office of Russia Andrei Ivanov. Navalny, it seems, is in no hurry to return to Russia, because he has a criminal past, and the present too - a probationary period in an old criminal case. There is also a written undertaking not to leave the new place - slander against the veteran of the Great Patriotic War. Navalny's wife told the health workers that her husband limited himself to food, for 3-5 days he was worried about the discomfort after eating, and the food was irregular. The wife also suggested that the patient's diets aimed at weight loss could be the reasons for the malaise.
The Russian Foreign Ministry noted the well-coordinated work of law enforcement, supervisory authorities and doctors, but is concerned about the silence of foreign colleagues. "The fact that more than two months after the first appeal was received as a so-called response does not stand up to criticism: de facto, we are talking about the refusal of the Federal Prosecutor's Office of the Federal Republic of Germany to interact with Russian colleagues, citing Navalny's lack of consent," said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova. The fact that there are no traces of chemical weapons in the biomedical samples of the Berlin patient was previously reported by experts from the international organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons - the OPCW for short. All the tests showed was the presence of cholinesterase inhibitor biomarkers. Their structural characteristics are similar to those of toxic chemicals, but they are not classified as chemicals. According to doctors, these enzymes are present in many medicines and are often used for therapeutic purposes. The patient was transported from Omsk to Berlin by the German charter airline FAI rent-a-jet. According to open sources, the flight was organized by a German charitable foundation. On board were two pilots - Shtepler and Jacobi, as well as three paramedics - Friser, Roloff, Trautner. They have German passports and international certificates of crew members. We found some interesting information about them. For example, doctor Florian Friser is encrypted in social networks under the pseudonym Penz. Pilot Philip Jacobi previously violated Russian law: he flew to St. Petersburg as a crew member without a Russian visa. And physician Mikael Trautner was previously a medical expert. It is possible that the crew may be associated with the special services. They also gave the patient's biomaterials. As reported by Western media, traces of the poisonous substance were allegedly found on a bottle, which was taken out of the Tomsk hotel by Maria Pevchikh, Navalny's secret companion, almost with her bare hands. She is called an undercover agent for the UK's Secret Intelligence Service. The girl herself did not suffer from the so-called poison. Now a Berlin patient willingly gives interviews to foreign media. In one of them he even took up arms against the former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder. He pointed to the absence of "proven facts" of poisoning and compared his words with "speculation". After that, the blogger publicly called Schroeder an "errand boy" and called for new sanctions against Russia. According to the assumptions of Russian and foreign political scientists, it is possible that the blogger will soon begin to work out an environmental agenda - to talk about Russian problems in his usual manner. The topic of ecology is now especially popular in Europe. As long as potential witnesses and law enforcement agencies in Germany are silent, there can be no facts or suspects in this story, which are so necessary to initiate a criminal case. It seems much easier for a Berlin patient and his possible Western curators to voice accusations without trial and investigation. Perhaps that is why the Russian blogger is so heavily guarded by armed men. He continues to sit out in a picturesque place and periodically upload photos of VIP rehabilitation.