Navalny reacts after EU human rights court fines Russia

“It is a very fair judgement and I am satisfied”, says Alexei Navalny after the European Court of Human Rights rules that Russia’s repeated arrests of the opposition leader were politically motivated and orders the state to pay a 50,000 Euro fine. SOUNDBITE (completes VID1264546_EN)

Alexeï Navalny against the Russian State at the ECHR

Alexeï Navalny, number one opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin, arrived Wednesday to the European Court of Human Rights headquarters in Strasbourg, which is examining several of his appeals against Moscow, who he accuses of ‘arbitrary’ arrests. IMAGES