Russia has expressed strong resentment by calling the ambassadors of Germany, Sweden, and France against the sanctions imposed by the European Union on its own. The European Union, including these countries, has banned leaders and officials close to the Russian President in the wake of the poisoning of Russia’s opposition leader Alexey Navalny. Let us tell you that Alexi was poisoned on 20 August this year when he was going from Siberia to Moscow. He was admitted to the local hospital thereafter being suddenly unconscious on the plane.
After this incident, he was admitted to a hospital in Germany a few days later, where he was confirmed to have such elements in his body that could prove fatal. An investigation conducted in three different labs in France and Sweden revealed that he was given the deadly poison Novichok.
The Hague’s institution also took his blood sample for examination. Alexi remained in a coma for a few days after the poisoning incident. During this time he was also placed on a ventilator. After about a month, his condition improved and his recovery was confirmed. After recovering, Alexey Navalny said that he still has a long way to go for which he is coming back to Russia. He posted a few of his pictures on Instagram along with his recovery. In this, he was seen coming down the ladder.
While the European countries had sought an explanation from Russia on this whole matter, Russia had refused to create any kind of conspiracy in this whole matter. At the same time, America appeared to be standing silently in this whole matter. US President Donald Trump said he did not know about what happened. The case of trying to poison the Russian leader was spreading all over the world. European countries directly blamed the Russian government for this. After recovering, Navalny wrote on social media that Russian President Vladimir Putin himself was behind the poisoning. Alexi was hospitalized for about 32 days during treatment.