US warns Russia
The United States has warned that Alexei Navalny’s health may continue to deteriorate, despite repeated calls from doctors. The U.S. has warned that there could be repercussions if Navalny dies in prison. The international security adviser to US President Joe Biden said on Sunday that the international community would be held accountable if Alexei Navalny died in prison.
Countries of the world sharing the concern
The European Union, France and Germany have expressed concern over the Russian government’s response to Alexei Navalny. Foreign media reports that the foreign ministers of the European Union will discuss the situation on Monday. There has been no response from the Russian side, but the Russian ambassador to London, Andrei Kelin, has responded with harsh language. “Navalny will not be allowed to die in prison. I can assure you that he is behaving like a thug,” he told the BBC.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online
The controversy has intensified in Russia following the release of Alexei Navalny’s doctors’ explanation. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. “Now is the time to act. We are not talking about Navalny’s freedom, we are talking about his life,” his right-hand man Leonid Volkov wrote on Facebook, adding that Wednesday’s rally would be a decisive fight against evil.
The European Union in response
EU foreign policy chief Joseph Borel said Russian authorities were responsible for Navalny’s safety and health. He also accused it of being politically motivated. “Navalny must be prepared to receive adequate treatment,” said German Foreign Minister Heiko Moss. France says the European Union is monitoring the Navalny issue.
Navalny could die at any moment
Doctors say Alexei Navalny, who is on a hunger strike in prison, is in poor health and could die at any moment. Yaroslav Ashikhmin, a cardiologist, said that Navalny had high levels of potassium in his body. He made it clear on social media that their patient could die at any moment. They said that even if Navalny’s blood potassium level was above 6.0 mmol (millimole) per liter, he needed immediate treatment. Navalny’s doctor Anastasia Vasilyeva says that if the current situation continues, Navalny could start having kidney problems and heart problems at any time.
Navalny continues to fast in jail
Navalny was taken into police custody and transferred to jail as part of an old-fashioned case. He had been in jail for 18 days demanding proper treatment for severe back pain and leg cramps. Meanwhile, his doctors came to the scene with the demand for specialist treatment. Navalny’s health deteriorated after he was poisoned last August.