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France : Putin, in an interview with Macron, suggested that Navalny himself could have received Novichok

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France : Putin, in an interview with Macron, suggested that Navalny himself could have received Novichok. Did Macron really believe that the KGB Killer gang ´d tell him the truth ?

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron, suggested that the Russian politician Alexei Navalny, for an unspecified reason, could have taken poison from the Novichok group himself. This was reported by the French newspaper Le Monde, citing its own information. From what sources this information was obtained is not specified.

Emmanuel Macron, during the conversation, rejected the assumption that Navalny himself was poisoned with a nerve agent from the Novichok group.

The telephone conversation between Putin and Macron took place on September 14 at the initiative of the French side. During the conversation, according to Le Monde, the Russian president called Navalny “a simple Internet troublemaker ” and said that the Anti-Corruption Foundation, founded by the oppositionist, was blackmailing parliamentarians and officials.

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