MOSCOW - Russia’s foreign ministry on Wednesday urged Germany to share Alexei Navalny’s medical information after the opposition politician’s suspected poisoning last month, and accused Berlin of slowing this process down.
In a statement, the foreign ministry said not having this information prevents Russia’s law enforcement agencies from establishing what happened after Navalny collapsed on a domestic Russian flight after drinking a cup of tea that his allies said was poisoned.
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