Moscow said on Wednesday a “disinformation campaign” over the alleged poisoning of opposition figure Alexei Navalny was being used to promote new sanctions against Russia.
Moscow released a statement after the Group of Seven foreign ministers demanded on Tuesday that Russia quickly find and prosecute those behind Navalny’s suspected poisoning, which Germany says was allegedly carried out with a Novichok nerve agent.
The “ongoing massive disinformation campaign” aims at “mobilizing sanctions sentiment” and has nothing to do with Navalny’s health or “finding out the genuine reasons for his hospitalization”, the Russian foreign ministry said.
In its statement in response to the G7, the …read more
Source:: Al-Manar TV