Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was poisoned in Russia last month with the chemical weapon “Novichok”, will remain in Germany until the end of the rehabilitation course, which could take several weeks, Navalny’s press secretary Kira Yarmish said.
“Now, naturally, Alexei’s recovery process will continue for a long time to come. He will remain in Germany for the time being to continue his rehabilitation course. It will obviously not be a matter of a few days and probably not a matter of weeks,” said Jarmischa.
Bailiffs have seized Navalny’s Moscow apartment, Yarmis said on Twitter on Thursday.
This is related to the claim of the company “Moskovskij škoļņik”, which in 2019 will go to court in connection with a video of the Navalny Anti-Corruption Fund (FBK).
“On August 27, a week after the Navalny poisoning, bailiffs announced that registration activities were banned for part of his apartment [Maskavas rajonā] In the marina. This means that the apartment cannot be sold, given away or mortgaged. Alexei ‘s accounts have also been arrested, “Jarmis pointed out.
On August 20, Navalny was ill during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow, the pilot made an emergency landing at Omsk airport, and Navalny was taken unconscious to Omsk Hospital with signs of poisoning. On August 22, Navalny was transferred from Russia to Germany, where he was treated by the Charite clinic at the University of Berlin.
As the German government said on September 2, there is incontrovertible evidence that Navalny has been poisoned by a nerve-paralyzing warfare substance belonging to the Novichok group.
Navalny was discharged from a Berlin hospital on Tuesday.