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He was Putin's greatest enemy. Biden accuses the head of the Kremlin

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He was Putin's greatest enemy.  Biden accuses the head of the Kremlin

Alexei Anatolyevich Navalny, the last Russian opposition leader, has died at the age of 47 in the prison where Vladimir Putin held him, 60 kilometers from the Arctic Circle. According to the doctors who tried to revive him, citing Russian sources, his death was due to a blood clot “after walking,” when the hour of cold air in Siberia may be set. According to the family and several Western leaders, this was an assassination instigated by Putin, who had already tried to kill him in 2020 with a Novichok nerve agent. “Vladimir Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death – US President Joe Biden said at a conference – I am not surprised and at the same time I am shocked. “What happened is evidence of Putin's brutality.” Last December, Navalny disappeared from the prison in the Vladimir region where he was being held after returning to Russia in 2021. In January, it became known that he had been transferred to IK-3. It is the worst prison in the country, and it is called the “Polar Wolf Prison”, where prisoners lose all their teeth due to malnutrition. There he had to spend 19 out of 30 years in prison on general charges related to extremism. Despite the harsh detention conditions He was fine.

Navalny and Tajani: “Let's hope it's a natural death.”

Navalny's last message

He had met with his lawyer last Wednesday, and on Thursday he spoke via video to the court where he went to protest the penalties imposed on him repeatedly due to unfastened buttons or other reasons. But he was cheerful and joked with the judge asking him to send him some money, because the fines were about to run out. According to his spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh, Navalny spent 308 days in solitary confinement over the past year and a half. He wrote in his last letter: “They gave me 15 days in the punishment cell. It's the fourth in less than two months.” A cold press release announced his death: “On February 16, 2024 – as the text says – in correctional colony No. On August 3, detainee Navalny A.A. felt ill after walking, and lost consciousness. No measures were given Resuscitation has positive results.” An autopsy will be needed, but who knows when, if it will be done, and by whom, to ascertain the causes of death, but the family has no doubt: “I would like Putin, his friends and his government – said his knowledgeable wife Yulia, while attending the Munich security conference “I knew they would be punished for what they did to our country, to my family, and to my husband.”

@ilmessaggero.it Russian dissident Alexei Navalny died in the special regime's Kharp penal colony, in the Arctic Yamalo-Nenets region, where he was imprisoned. TASS reported that the defector felt ill after walking. It does not take long for NATO and European countries to react, as the lawyer flies to the penal colony. But who is Navalny? #Prophet #Navalny #He died #Russia #dissident #Put it in #Geopolitics #tiktoknews ♬ Suspenseful and tense orchestration (1318015) – SoLaTiDo

Navalny, demonstration in front of the Russian Embassy in Berlin

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Speaking from the podium to the delegates, he added, moving everyone: “What should I do? Should I leave the conference or should I stay here and deliver my speech? “I will do what he would do, I will stay here to defend the principles he fought for.” For Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, there is no doubt: “He was killed, and Putin will have to answer for his crimes.” European Council President Charles Michel wrote on the 10th that “the European Union holds the Russian regime alone responsible for this tragic death.” Commission President Ursula von der Leyen added: “A sad reminder of what Putin and his regime represent.” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for a “transparent investigation.” Moscow responded with Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova: “The reaction of NATO leaders, in the form of accusations against Russia, shows the nature of these countries. “There is no forensic examination yet, but the West’s conclusions are already ready.” Not in Italy, given the very wise statement of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni: “The death of Navalny in custody is another sad page of warning to the international community. We express our heartfelt condolences and hope that this disturbing event will be fully clarified.” Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani, in a warning, was “deeply affected by Navalny’s death after years of persecution and imprisonment.” In Moscow, when the news broke, people posted hundreds of Bouquets of flowers at the Solovetsky Monument, which commemorates the victims of Stalin's repression. There were many flowers that covered the monument. But Putin is silent: from March 15 to 17, there will be elections that will confirm his rise to power for a fifth term. He will soon overtake Stalin is recognized as Russia's longest-serving leader, and perhaps even as the president with the fewest living opponents.

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