Polish Foreign Ministry denied information about a telephone conversation between Warsaw and Berlin about the situation with blogger Alexei Navalny. This was reported on September 7.
We are talking about the conversation, during which the falsification of Navalny poisoning was discussed. “We refute the Belarusian reports about the alleged telephone conversation on the line Warsaw – Berlin, in which the authorities of two countries allegedly admitted that Alexei Navalny was not poisoned,” the Foreign Ministry said.
On Friday, September 4, the State Television of Belarus released a recording of a conversation between Germany and Poland on the alleged poisoning of blogger Alexei Navalny.
According to the published negotiations, at the beginning of the conversation, the representative of Poland wants to know how things are in Berlin. His interlocutor from the German capital says that everything is going according to some plan and materials “on Navalny” will soon be handed over to Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany.
In turn, the interlocutor from Warsaw asked whether it is really confirmed that Navalny has “poisoning”. The representative of Germany, in response, said that the evidence of “poisoning” Navalny is not so important, because there is a “war”, and it is good all sorts of methods.
On September 2, the German government, based on data from a special laboratory of the Bundeswehr, stated that the samples of Navalny’s coma contained “unequivocal evidence” of nerve agent of “Novichok” group. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in turn, claimed that Navalny was “deliberately poisoned. There was no evidence or facts attached to either the statement of the authorities of Germany or the statements of her Chancellor, as well as all official inquiries, including those of the General Prosecutor’s Office of Russia and doctors, remained unanswered by Berlin.
The Russian Foreign Ministry called such statements of the FRG leadership another information campaign against Russia, as they are not supported by facts. The Ministry also called on the German side to give Moscow the data, on the basis of which conclusions were drawn about “poisoning” Navalny.