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The European court condemns Russia in connection with the poisoning of Navalny
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) condemned Russia on June 6 for failing to properly investigate the 2020 poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, which the West says was an assassination attempt.
The ECHR, based in Strasbourg, France, said Russia had conspicuously failed "to investigate allegations of a possible political motive for the assassination attempt, as well as the possible involvement of state agents", finding unanimously that Russia had violated the European Convention on Human Rights.
The published statement states that Russia had refused to open criminal proceedings for the poisoning that had caused Navalny to fall into a coma.
The anti-corruption opposition activist, seen by his supporters as a potential political rival of Russian President Vladimir Putin, fell ill on a flight from Siberia.
He was later evacuated to Germany, where he recovered, but was imprisoned shortly after his return to Moscow and has been in prison ever since.
The ECHR noted that tests carried out by the German government had found "clear evidence" of the presence of the chemical poison Novichok in Navalny's body.
The European Court said that the investigation conducted by Russia regarding this case was not open and that Navalny was not allowed to participate./ REL