Navalny’s mother receives her son’s death certificate in an Arctic prison

“Putin killed him” condemned the team of the late Russian opponent Alexei Navalni after his mother received the death certificate from prison officials this Saturday.

“Navalny’s relatives and lawyer received official confirmation of Alexei’s death. (Russian President Vladimir) Putin killed him,” he wrote Kira YarmyshOpposition spokesman, on his social network account X.

Yarmysh said the opponent died at 2:17 p.m. local time (09:17 GMT), two hours before law enforcement authorities publicly announced this.

“Prison officials reported that Navalny’s body is in Salekhard. Investigators from the investigative committee took her away. Now they are conducting ‘investigations,'” he said.

The spokeswoman added: “We demand the immediate handover of Alexei Navalny’s body to his family.”

Mother, Lyudmila Navalnaya, He arrived this morning at the Arctic prison where his son died suddenly on Friday, even as his co-religionists and Western chancellors accuse the Kremlin of murder.

According to Radio Liberty, Lyudmila Navalnaya flew this morning from Moscow to the city of Salekhard in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District.

The mother then drove to the town of Jarp, where she is staying IK-3 prisonwhere his son was transferred last December.

Liudmila Naválnaya, who assured that she would not accept condolences, met with the opponent on February 12 at the same place.

“He was healthy and happy to be alive” the politician’s mother wrote on Facebook on Friday. According to the Russian penal service, 47-year-old Navalny died suddenly in the “Polar Wolf” prison on Friday.

The opposition and independent Russian press, as well as Western foreign ministries, unanimously accused the Russian leader of ordering the killing of Navalny, the Kremlin’s biggest enemy in 15 years.

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Navalny, who was serving a sentence of nearly 30 years, was moved to the new detention center after announcing a campaign against Putin’s re-election in March’s presidential election.

The President’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskovconsidered the accusations made by the West “unacceptable” before the autopsy results were known.

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