Navalny was discharged’ from the hospital after being poisoned in Novichok


Alexei Navalny, the head of Russia's opposition statistics, has been released’ from a hospital where he was being treated for poisoning in Novosibirsk.

Navalny was discharged’ from the hospital after being poisoned in Novichok


The 44-year-old fell ill on a domestic flight to Siberia last month and was flown’ to Berlin in a coma.

Laboratories in Germany, France and Sweden have confirmed that he was poisoned’ with the same neurotransmitter used to target Sergei Scripps in Salisbury in 2018.

A statement from Charity Hospital in Germany on Wednesday said Mr. Neville's condition had improved so much that he could no longer care for critically ill patients.

"Therapists believe that a full recovery is possible," he added, based on his development and current condition.

But the hospital warned that "the long-term effects of this severe poisoning are yet to be assessed."

Mr. Neville has been in the hospital for 32 days - 24 of whom are in intensive care.

His team said they searched a room in a Siberian hotel where he had been staying before the flight on August 20 - an hour after the news broke.

He claimed to have been poisoned’ using a water bottle gathered as part of any evidence that could be hypothetical.

He added that all of this was transferred’ to German authorities because "the fact is that the matter cannot be investigated in Russia."


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