White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan warned Russian authorities that if opposition leader Alexei Navalni was killed during the hunger strike announced three weeks ago, they would face “consequences.”
Madrid, Spain (Europa News Agency). -White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan (Jake Sullivan) warned Russian authorities this Sunday that if opposition leader Alexei Navalni died during a hunger strike, they would face “as a result of”. Protested his imprisonment conditions three weeks ago.
Sullivan told CNN: “We have contacted the Russian government and warned them that they will be responsible to the international community.”
He added: “We are studying a series of responses that we can make. Of course, now I will not telegraph them in public, but we have let you know that if Mr. Navani passes away, there will be consequences. “
Similarly, Josep Borrell, the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Policy, asked the Russian authorities to “guarantee Navalni’s immediate access to medical professionals whom they trust” and reiterated the requirement for “immediate and immediate release. Unconditional” opponents to consider his reasons. Imprisoned for political reasons.
Borel said in the statement: “The Navani case is not an isolated incident, but a confirmation of a negative pattern and provides space for the opposition, civil society and independent voices of the Russian Federation.” and Naval Nepal’s “arbitrary” conviction.
Borel explained: “The EU will discuss this issue at the next meeting of foreign ministers on Monday, April 19.”
Currently, due to the poor health of dissidents, Navalni’s circle of allies has been in jail since January, calling for new protests to be held in cities across the country next Wednesday. They warned: “In some cases, we are forced to act quickly to avoid irreparable losses.”
On the same Saturday, his consultants reported that Navalni’s health was deteriorating and they were worried about his life. Anastasia Vasilieva, Navalni’s medical director of the Alliance, released a copy of her blood test results, showing what she claimed was a “critical” level.
He said on Twitter: “This means that kidney failure can cause serious changes in your heart rhythm at any time.”
Faced with this, Navalni spokesperson Kira Yarmysh expressed her concern in a Facebook post. He said: “Alexei is dying now. Given his condition, this is only a few days away.”
Navalny arrived at Moscow airport on January 18 and was arrested for failing to observe the probation. He stopped recovering after several months of poisoning in Germany. In this regard, famous opponents directly accused the country’s President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin)-for this reason, suppressing the protests was in their favor and arrested thousands of protesters.
The opposition leader went on a hunger strike at the end of March to condemn his condition and demand medical treatment. Since then, his allies have warned that his situation has deteriorated to the point that he will suffer partial paralysis.