Georgia joins EU statement on poisoning of Alexander Navalny
Georgia joins EU statement on poisoning of Alexander Navalny

Georgia has joined the EU statement on the poisoning of Alexander Navalny, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.

On September 3, 2020, the OSCE Permanent Council, at the initiative of the EU delegation discussed the poisoning of Aleksey Navalny.

The German government concluded Russian citizen and opposition leader Aleksey Navalny was poisoned in his home country with a chemical nerve agent from the “Novichok” group.

The European Union says it will continue to closely follow the issue and discuss its implications.

 

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