Germany: Russia opposes the poisoning of panavaline, a nerve agent

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 Germany: Russia opposes the poisoning of panavaline, a nerve agent


Germanys charit u00e9 hospital in Berlin, Germany, said on August 24 that preliminary examination results showed signs of poisoning in navaline. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and foreign minister Marcus demanded an immediate investigation into the matter. The European Union also called for an independent and transparent investigation into the matter.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }On August 20, navaline flew from Tomsk, a city in Siberia, to Moscow. Shortly after the plane took off, navarines health deteriorated sharply and he lost consciousness. The plane then landed in Omsk and navaline was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Navalines spokesman said he was suspected of being poisoned, and the hospital receiving navaline said on the 21st that no poison was found in his blood and urine, and that the sudden disease in navarine may be caused by metabolic disorders. On 22 August, navaline was sent to Germany for treatment. Russias interior ministry said on August 27 that it was investigating the navaline incident. The Prosecutor Generals office of the Russian Federation said on the same day that no criminal evidence was found after the preliminary investigation, so there was no reason for further investigation. Source: surging news editor: Qin bailing_ NB17208

On August 20, navaline flew to Moscow from the Siberian city of Tomsk. Shortly after the plane took off, navarines health deteriorated sharply and he lost consciousness. The plane then landed in Omsk and navaline was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Navalines spokesman said he was suspected of being poisoned, and the hospital receiving navaline said on the 21st that no poison was found in his blood and urine, and that the sudden disease in navarine may be caused by metabolic disorders. On 22 August, navaline was sent to Germany for treatment.

Russias interior ministry said on August 27 that it was investigating the navaline incident. The Prosecutor Generals office of the Russian Federation said on the same day that no criminal evidence was found after the preliminary investigation, so there was no reason for further investigation.