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Authorities in Russia have frozen the accounts of the opposition leader and seized his apartment in Moscow as part of a lawsuit filed by a catering company against him. This is while he is recovering in Germany from the nerve gas that caused it to collapse about a month ago



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The Kremlin's gift of recovery: Nabalani's bank and apartment accounts were confiscated

Authorities in Russia have frozen the accounts of the opposition leader and seized his apartment in Moscow as part of a lawsuit filed by a catering company against him.

This is while he is recovering in Germany from the nerve gas that caused it to collapse about a month ago

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Thursday, September 24, 2020, 4:10 p.m.

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In video: Opposition leader in Russia released from hospital in Germany (Photo: Reuters)

The bank accounts of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny have been frozen, and his apartment in Moscow has been confiscated as part of a lawsuit against him, his spokeswoman Kira Yarmish said today (Thursday).

Time while he recovers in Berlin from his nervous gas poisoning last month.

He was released from the hospital yesterday, but will remain in Germany for further rehabilitation.



"This means that the apartment cannot be sold, donated or mortgaged," the spokeswoman said in a video posted on Twitter.

According to her, the lawsuit was filed by a catering company in Moscow, and his assets were confiscated on August 27.

Navalny and his allies are involved in a lengthy debate with the company.

In October last year, a court in Russia ruled that Navalny, the anti-corruption foundation and its ally Lubov Sobol, should pay $ 1.4 million in damages to the "Children of Russia School" company for libel and causing spiritual damage.



The court ordered the foundation to delete a video in which they questioned the quality of the food.

A Navalny spokeswoman said the court decided to return $ 1.14 million worth of assets from Navalny, Sobol and its fund following the loss of the company’s contract.

The court did not respond to inquiries on the matter, and nine employees of the catering company did not answer the phones, except for one employee, who hung up when he was told it was a conversation with a journalist.

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Navalny's staff: He was poisoned with a bottle of water in his room

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Navalny and his wife in Berlin, this month

Navalny was flown from Russia to Berlin last month after collapsing on a domestic flight in Siberia.

Navalny said yesterday that he plans to undergo physiotherapy treatments and may undergo treatment at a rehabilitation center to rehabilitate his motor abilities, including full use of his left hand.



Berlin said tests in Germany, France and Sweden had determined that Navalny, the harshest critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, had been hit by Novichuk nerve gas.

The West demands explanations from the Kremlin, but Moscow denies any involvement in the incident, saying it has not yet seen evidence of a crime.



Navalny was hospitalized in Berlin for 32 days, 24 of them in intensive care.

The Kremlin said today that the main villains return to Russia like any other citizen, and that they are "pleased" to see him recover.

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