The UN called on Navalny to provide adequate assistance
The UN is calling for proper medical assistance to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. This is reported by TASS with reference to the representative of the UN high Commissioner for human rights, Liz Trossel.
“We stress the importance of ensuring that he receives the full and adequate treatment he needs to recover,” the organization said. They added that they are concerned about what happened to the Russian opposition leader.
Earlier it was reported that, according to Omsk doctors, Navalny’s main diagnosis is a metabolic disorder. He also had a violation of the carbohydrate balance.
Navalny became ill on the morning of August 20 during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow. The crew made an emergency landing in Omsk, where the victim was taken by ambulance to the Department of toxicomaniac. A preliminary diagnosis of “poisoning by unidentified psychodisleptics” (hallucinogen). Navalny’s entourage claims that on the day of departure, He did not eat anything and only drank tea in a coffee shop at the Tomsk airport. The Kremlin assured that Navalny would be able to go abroad for treatment if the need arose, but doctors opposed the transport for medical reasons.