Russia urges Germany to share Navalny's medical information

Russia's foreign ministry on Wednesday urged Germany to share Alexei Navalny's medical information after the Kremlin critic's suspected poisoning last month, and accused Berlin of slowing this process down.
In a statement, the foreign ministry said not having this information prevents Russia's law enforcement agencies from establishing what happened after Navalny collapsed on a domestic Russian flight after drinking a cup of tea that his allies said was poisoned.
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