A plane from Germany for Navalny arrived in Omsk to pick up the politician for treatment at a clinic in Berlin
The chief physician of the Omsk emergency hospital No. 1, where Alexei Navalny is in intensive care, refused to give permission to transfer the politician to a German clinic, citing his unstable condition. This was announced on Twitter by Navalny’s press secretary Kira Yarmysh.
Navalny’s associates insist on the need for his treatment abroad. «It is deadly to remain in the Omsk hospital without equipment with no diagnosis in the current situation.», – considers Yarmysh. In her opinion, this decision was made not by doctors, but by the Kremlin..
Ivan Zhdanov, director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, noted that all the documents were ready for Navalny’s perevozkin, but then the doctors seemed «changed».
Murakhovsky insists that the results of new tests will be within two days. «The ones we got today are negative», – said the head physician, without specifying details.
When asked whether doctors would consult with their German colleagues, Murakhovsky replied that the Moscow specialists who had arrived in Omsk tonight, in his opinion, were not inferior to the doctors of the German clinic. He added that for the admission of German doctors to the Omsk hospital, it is necessary to decide «a number of legal issues».
According to the Flightradar service, a plane landed at the Omsk airport this morning, on which it was planned to transport Alexei Navalny for treatment to Germany.
The night before, Navalny was returning to Moscow from Tomsk. On the plane, he felt bad. The board was urgently planted in Omsk. The oppositionist was sent to the hospital. He is in a coma and is connected to a ventilator..
The Baza edition, citing its sources, reported that Navalny developed cerebral edema due to exposure to an unknown toxic substance. According to media reports, doctors have not yet been able to establish what caused Navalny’s condition..
Longtime Putin critic Alexei Navalny in a coma after suspected poisoning
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced their readiness to provide Navalny with treatment and security in the European Union