Russia strongly protests to Berlin’s Moscow envoy over Navalny allegations


MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s foreign ministry on Wednesday said it had protested strongly to Berlin’s envoy in Moscow over allegations made by Germany about the illness and hospitalisation of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.


In a statement, the foreign ministry said it had protested against what it said was Berlin’s “obvious use of the situation as a means to discredit our country on the international stage.”

(Reporting by Alexander Marrow and Vladimir Soldatkin; Editing by Alex Richardson)

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