Germany’s Foreign Minister claimed to have seen ‘a lot of evidence’ that the Russian state was behind the ‘poison attack’ on Alexey Navalny, and has threatened to impose sanctions on Russia if it fails to clarify what caused the sudden illness of the prominent opposition activist. Meanwhile, Moscow says it’s ready to cooperate with Berlin in relation to the situation – Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told the Rossiya-24 TV channel she believes it’s actually the Germans who are dragging their feet, having failed to provide any evidence of poisoning.
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