German police are investigating the alleged poisoning of two anti-Putin activists in Berlin, in line with media experiences.
Police instructed Reuters that they’ve opened an investigation, after two activists who attended a convention within the German capital in late April reported well being issues.
Each attended the occasion held by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a former oil tycoon and distinguished critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, in line with the Russian investigative media group Agentstvo. The outlet first reported on the alleged poisonings earlier this week.
One of many affected members was Natalia Arno, the president of the Free Russia Basis. She stated in a Fb publish on Tuesday that it’s suspected that she was poisoned, doubtlessly with a nerve agent.
A Russian journalist was additionally handled for well being issues on the Charité hospital in Berlin, after attending the convention, Agentstvo reported.
Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny was handled on the similar hospital in 2020, after he was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent.
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