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French Senator Christian Cambon said that Germany should allow Russian doctors to work with Alexey Navalny and present the evidence they have that is related to this incident. This is reported by RIA Novosti.

The head of the French Senate Commission on international Affairs, defense and security said that those who are trying to destabilize the position of Russian President Vladimir Putin may be involved in the situation with Navalny. Cambon believes that this incident opens up new opportunities for Russia’s enemies. He stressed that in General, this is “not a very good episode.”

Earlier the President of France Emmanuel macron has called on Russia to explain the situation with Alexey Navalny. According to Macron, the fact that they tried to use chemical weapons against Navalny is beyond doubt. In particular, the French leader pointed out that three European countries — France, Germany and Sweden — conducted national examinations.

Navalny became ill on August 20 during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow. In the first two days, he was treated by doctors of the Omsk hospital. They put him in an induced coma. On August 22, the patient was sent to a clinic in Berlin.

On September 2, the German government said that military toxicologists had detected traces of a substance from the Novichok group in Navalny’s body, and called on the Russian government to respond to this information. Russian doctors noted that they did not detect any poisons. In September, Navalny was brought out of a coma and discharged. Rehabilitation will take several weeks, after which he plans to return to Russia

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