Russian spy chief claims Navalny died naturally

Sergei Naryshkin, the head of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service, asserted on Thursday that Alexei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader, died of natural causes.

Publication: 06.03.2024 - 13:54
Russian spy chief claims Navalny died naturally
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In response to inquiries about potential Western involvement in Navalny's death, Naryshkin was reported by Russian news agencies as saying during a television interview, "I don't believe there was any special plan behind it. Unfortunately, it's a natural part of life that it eventually ends. Yes, Navalny died a natural death."

Naryshkin also expressed disdain for the Western reaction to Navalny's passing, finding the extensive coverage and discussions surrounding his death to be distasteful. "The satanic dances performed in the West around Navalny's coffin are quite revolting," he commented, deeming such actions immoral, low, and unethical.

Navalny, recognized as President Vladimir Putin's most formidable critic, passed away last month at 47 in an Arctic penal colony. His death sparked allegations of foul play by his supporters, who claim he was murdered. The Kremlin, however, has consistently denied any governmental involvement in his demise.

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