The materials of the Belarusian intelligence, which prove the falsification of data on the poisoning of Alexei Navalny, were transferred to the FSB. This was announced by the press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov.
He noted that the special service will report this data to Vladimir Putin. "They were transferred yesterday. Yesterday, if you noticed, Lukashenka said they will be transferred to the FSB," Peskov said, stressing that the department would certainly inform about the documents received.
Earlier, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko told Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin about the interception of the conversation between Warsaw and Berlin that the statements of German Chancellor Angela Merkel about Navalny's "poisoning" were falsifications.
Peskov refused to comment on the statement of the Belarusian leader, as he does not have any information yet.
Peskov also stressed that Russian doctors behaved much more openly than their German colleagues.
Recall that Alexei Navalny became ill on August 20 during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow, the plane urgently landed in Omsk. The first two days he was helped by Russian doctors, then the oppositionist was transported to a clinic in Berlin.
Later, the German authorities, citing military toxicologists, said that Navalny had been poisoned with a chemical warfare agent from the Novichok group. However, the creator of the drug, biochemist Leonid Rink, said that Navalny could not have been poisoned by Novichok, since, most likely, he would have died.